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... the trees. Stretching into the distance, we could see the Sierra Nevada (lovely beer btw - Stacey) mountain ranges. It was a once in a lifetime view and we were absolutely awe-struck by the beauty in front of our eyes. Despite the early morning visitors, we managed to find several secluded spots in which to enjoy the vistas, and played around clambering on the rocks, making it a more daredevil experience!
After a prolonged photography stop, we headed around a half mile down the ...
... a yellow belly marmot- a huge rodent. Still quite cute looking. This was our only wild life spot- not one bear!
All too soon we were at the end of our walk and saying goodbye to our companions. We feel really lucky to have got on this walk and- having met lots of other people on the trail- we feel very fortunate that our group were so friendly and lovely to us. Ruth was like the team mascot and had a great ...
... stopped working.
Took some imaginative use of clothing to warm up but as you can see on the photos all items were used.
Great food again and some black market wood and we were set up.
James TR did a final round up talk about how everything is more complicated than it seems and attempted a star talk but the smoke in the atmosphere limited our view.
Tom the fire maker made all good and we were snug in our tent.
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 ...
... in awe of the Yosemite valley. I would try to describe it, but I can't do it justice. It is simply amazing.
Apparently we are not the only ones who feel this way as the road immediately widens and there are spots on both sides to stop your car and get out and look. I'm sure that traffic came to a stop before they put the observation points in. We hop out and grab a picture of the girls in front of El Capitan. It is a 3000 foot tall granite face that ...
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