High Sierra Rv Park & Campground
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This is the longest we have stayed at one campground. They gave us a good discount for the extended time we thought we could use some down time. We hope our friends and family enjoy this blog but this is our fifth one and we do it to help our memories. When we say where did this happen we will have a place to look. At the end of the journey we can …
We are heading towards Yosemite and this will be our longest stay. Since it is over Memorial weekend and that is usually the FIRST holiday and everyone comes out we made this reservation a little longer.
After going thru Fresno we passed a large vineyard and more on the opposite side and a lot of unplanted land. We started a slight …
... cycling down the quiet trails of the valley. We peddled slowly down to Happy Isles from the village and over the river. We stopped off at the John Muir and Mist trail heads watching the hot trekkers trundle up and down the trails. The boys had zero interest in joining them! Instead we skimmed and threw stones into the crystal clear waters of the Merced. We cycled up the hill from there to Mirror Lake. Mirror Lake has little water much of the year due ...
After getting a map and finally finding the correct road we set out for Yosemite National Park. It was amazing the change in landscape: to the almost desert like hills from the forests we had come from. After driving for what seemed an eternity we finally arrived at the gates of the park and paid 20$ to get in. After a twisty and turny 35 miles we finally arrived at our destination. Yosemite Valley floor. We made a brief stop on the way at Tunnel View which gives you ...
... and as we pass through the park gates we both agree it is with some sadness that we depart. Anyway enough of the poetic tears we are still traveling through fab scenery. We decide to detour off to see Bass Lake and stop by one of the boatyards along its massive shoreline. I'm dreaming of hiring a speedboat for a couple of hours of fun but it remains a dream as I hear the words "don't think I'm going out there with you just in case you were wondering" - "no darling" I reply, "hadn't given ...