Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino
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... Valley, the first ever by a professional artist. It was published in James Mason Hutchings' California Magazine in 1856 and was a major contributor to the renown Yosemite Valley would soon begin to receive. Sadly, Ayres didn't get long to enjoy it; he perished at sea in 1858.
From Artist Point, you have a partial view of Half Dome, and can see Bridalveil Meadow, Royal Arches, partial views of North Dome and Ribbon Falls, plus a few ...
... the last third on rural back roads. We started out going through major urban areas that were so contiguous that you could not tell one from the other. As soon as we left the urban areas we entered an alien landscape of barren brown grass covered hills. Absolutely no trees or bushes in sight anywhere at first; later we could see an occasional tree near a house. Neither Peg nor I had ever seen anything like this totally ...
... me, it was worth it to get there. These trees were amazing. They're the largest living things on earth. They're ridiculously wide and amazingly tall, the bark is textured and old, and I won't be able to get into more detail than that, and the pictures will only be able to give them a fraction of the justice they deserve. So I'm just gonna say it was really awesome, trees are cool, and it was worth the drive.
Matthew enjoyed the nature walk. He pointed out all of ...
... you to enjoy the views, sounds and smells. I just can't say enough about it...there is so much to take in when you visit.
The cliffs of Yosemite are massive and include great/well known cliffs like Half Dome and El Capitan. The challenge of these cliffs brings climbers from all around the world. The granite rock faces are just unbelievable. We actually saw climbers ascending El Capitan.......it ...
We were given the go ahead to hike at Yosemite today. So as a group we chose the panorama trail which started a Glacier point (alt. 7300ish) and 8 miles later finished in Yosemite Valley (alt. 4000ish). Now we were told before doing this that it would be all down hill except for a tiny up hill bit........ Granted the majority was downhill but the incline was ...