Yosemite Pines RV Resort and Family Lodging
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... through the Sequoia grove and started hiking back up the trail.
It was a beautiful hike.
When we got up to the top, there was a guy holding two of the massive sugar pine cones, taking them back to his car.
Shane called out to him to tell him it was illegal to take anything from the park, and that he could get a $5000 fine.
His response was "Are you sure?".
Like he'd just make that up!
It was so funny and turned into a running joke for our group.
... we had a four hour drive to Monterey to complete. As we dropped down to the flat golden plains, the road stretched out in front of us and we relaxed pretty quickly. With an hour to go, after Hollister (not the shop), the road started to climb unrelentingly, up into the El Diablo mountain range. The sun dried grass gave the landscape the look of golden velvet rising and falling in front of us. Dropping down towards the sea we turned onto the ...
Today the boys and I rode down Mammoth Mountain. We took a gondola to the top and rode about and hour and half trip back down.
I threw together a quick video here:
... it goes to the very highest point in Yosemite and has the best sights in the whole park. To Michael, the tour guides, surprise, we all made it up! We took the Nevada Falls and Vernal Falls trail. Took 5 hrs up and down, although once we made it to the top we stayed and ate lunch up there for about 40 minutes. The view was by far the best thing I have ever seen.
Located in Central ...