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So far on our trip, we’ve found that we’re happier and more relaxed when we don’t spend much time researching our destinations and just let everything happen (for the most part). We’ve had so many cool experiences and met some great people, so we’ve tried to handle each stop this way. But sometimes not having a plan …
... with food and often wreak havoc on vehicles within the park when trying to access a rogue apple in the boot, or a cool box left out on a back seat. This is taken very seriously within Curry Village, with fines in place for the consumption of food in any accommodation areas and for anyone leaving bottles or food packages in their cars.
We left the tent behind and set off to explore our new environment. The site really did have everything we could need and we soon found ...
Day 1: Tuolomne to Sunrise High Sierra Camp
Planned departure at 0900 so up early.
Very easy to get out of bed as had been frozen all night and by morning had all my clothes on already. The lower temperature had been welcome but overnight it had dropped to below freezing. As I wrapped up and went to the shared showers I saw that practically all the other tents had their fires going. We missed a trick.
Met a ...
... feel like you have stepped back in time. The local folks are friendly and warm. Before heading back to the hotel to check in we stop by the local pub - Willow for a beer. The locals are chilling out, there are jokes being told, little old gents catching up, it's a nice scene.
Our hotel is pretty nice for $60 a night. We dump our bags and I catch a bit of Kardashians before we head out. We take a drive to nearby Sonora. Initially, we wanted ...
... better the deeper we went into Yosemite territory. Everywhere we looked there was a vista that had us ahhing and oohing - even Joel. We arrived at our campground (Upper Pines Campground) and happily set up in our site that had us well and truly in amongst the towering pine trees and even more majestic rock formations. The next four days had us doing some of the easier hikes around the valley and down near Wawona. We visited some of the waterfalls ...