June Lake Pines Cottages
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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Free parking
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... way from where we camped last time. We set up camp, had a quick swim, en had dinner and a campfire. We played ice breaks which was nice. The group is very different to the previous group, so quite a contrast. A number of them stayed up very late, and so unfortunately I am rather tired today as tents are definitely not soundproof! So, all in all, a very contrasting start to the new trip. This morning we were up and headed into Yosemite for the ...
... with the Tuolumne River running through the meadows, trees sprinkled through the meadow with granite peaks and domes surrounding the meadow. What was particularly cool about this trail which we didn't realize until we saw some ragged, "fragrant" hikers with loaded packs in the store was that this trail intersected with the John Muir Trail and the PCT, (Pacific Crest Trail) which run simultaneously through Tuolumne Meadow. Chad and I watched the movie "Wild" ...
... What a unique place!
After crossing (and surviving) Death Valley we had a brief stop at a place called Zabriskie Point which is a lake bed that dried up 5 million years ago, leaving a unique 'Badlands' landscape. It was absolutely roasting hot and dry when we got out of the car.
The temperature must have been well over 100F (38C). In fact, nearby ...
... groveland and up to Yosemite village. The roads were so windy with cliff drops, huge tree and mountains. Around 6.20Pm we arrived at upper pines campground, there was no one on the kiosk so we just drove in, parking In bay 19. We set up the bed and organised our bags before heading for a wander for food. The site isn't busy, a van next us of Aussies and someone who pulled up next to us. We wander the camp in the dark, ...
... are found. They are very rare, humongous trees, amongst the biggest natural things on earth. They grow up to 11m in diameter and 60m high, pretty staggering things to look at and compare to other trees which you'd think were massive! They were made to look pathetic by the sequoias. My legs were extremely sore so the 2mile trek down and back up the hill did not help but glad I went to see them. Afterwards I drove back to San Francisco and dropped the car off, got ...