Yosemite Pines RV Resort and Family Lodging
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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 …
... long) slow ride through the park. The road goes through the forest and once in a while there is a magnificent view of different parts of the park. But the speed limit varies between 15-35 mph so that you don't kill a bear if they saunter out into the road. We came into the park from the NE side and had to get all the way down South. It took forever.
We eventually made it to our cabin. It is a wonderful, peaceful, lovely place. Shabbat was heavenly. We sang Kabalat Shabbat on the ...
... the #2 and #3 cams?”
We looked at each other. Nope. Ben was racking up the gear on his harness when I was rappelling.
“No! They must still be at the top!”
“****. I'm not going to climb this wide section without any gear.”
“I’ll just jug back up on our fixed lines and get the gear then,” replied ...
... there was a really strong, sweet smell of beeswax, mixed with pine. The smell was almost too much, but we didn't know which bush was responsible.
To accompany the drive, we found the Elvis radio programme, although with all the high rocks around us, Elvis was a bit intermittent.
At Glacier Point, we were welcomed by a very tame squirrel before admiring the views. Such large vistas, with impressive rocks, snow topped peaks in the distance, waterfalls and sheer ...
It's been almost a week since we've had internet connection and that's just fine with me (save for getting these posts out to you more timely).
Arriving in Yosemite Valley was incredibly special on many levels.
First, we raced the sunset and winded our way down route 41 into the park just as the sun dipped below the mountains. The only way I can describe what we were treated to is if you can imagine rainbow colored sherbet ice cream layered on top of ...