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Left The Ahwahnee mid morning to travel south through the park towards Mariposa Grove, home to giant Sequoia trees. The splendour of the valley never ceases to amaze with the huge sheer rock faces encircling the meadows, rivers and pine trees. We stopped at Bridalveil Falls which must be awesome when the first snow melts. It's another of those …
... of the whole valley. It was breath taking. Yosemite was everything and more than we expected. In every direction there were picturesque scenes whether that be waterfalls, cliff edges or meadows. We took a two hour tour along the valley floor in the baking head. The tour covered the majority of the highlights we wanted to see like bridalville falls, Yosemite falls and the half Dome and much more. The ranger that took the tour was very informative and told us ...
... 119 each and I gave them my credit card details over the phone except the last 4 digits.
I mentioned to Julie that as my name was Ray we were going to visit Raymond. She 'said you will go right by my house. Raymond has a historic school house a general store and a brothel.' The drive to Raymond was quite picturesque as was the place - didn't see anything that was obviously a brothel though. We saw several squirrels run across ...
... mines. It was informative and well displayed. The museum also has a working stamp mill. This is a large machine that processes the ore and after it is stamped "pulverized" it blends with water then runs over copper plates coated with Mercury. The machine is used for demonstrations for group tours. We then decided to take the back roads to a small town called Raymond (since it was Terry's dad and our grandson's name). It was surprising the number of ranches small ...
... the park. This Park has 2 entrances with only 3 different roads that travel to the interior and 2 of those you have to double back as they are dead end roads. This makes the travel time longer as there are tour buses along with private cars traveling the roads and this park has 1500 campsites (9000 campers) and 1400 lodging rooms .
We stopped by the first Visitor Center that was Thomas Hills studio (painter from mid to late 1800's who painted Yosemite ...
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