June Lake Villager
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... quick **** stop and I think this is the clearest i have ever seen the stars, there was no light pollution at all, was amazing. Down to about an eighth of a tank of petrol and its 2:30am we stop to discuss the options, matty thinks we should keep going because there will surely be something but this is a national forest, it could be another 100 miles of nothing. For a joke he pulls down this bit called little jackass campground but its narrower than a single track ...
... 1830s it is said that a trader based in the Mariposa area at the south of Yosemite wanting to know who had carried out raids in the local area, asked local Mariposa based native tribesmen. The local tribe wanted to implicate rival tribes based up in Yosemite valley pointed up in its direction and said "Yehemite", which translates as "Some among them are killers". The trader heard this as "Yosemite" and the name stuck.
After the tour we grabbed some food for a ...
The landscape changed as we approached the Yosemite area. The hills got bigger and the road more winding. We approached the KOA where we had reservations and thought, "This is beautiful!." We had no idea what we were in for. That afternoon we visited the quaint little town of Mariposa and picked up bus/shuttle schedules and information about the park. We caught the ...
This morning we got up, had breakfast at our hotel and headed to the airport to collect our hire car. We chose to collect our car from the airport as it would be simpler to leave from there compared to downtown San Fran. On the shuttle to the airport mark was feeling so sick. The people in front of us really smelt of garlic/onion and the driver was crazy. At one stage when turning he crossed to the wrong side of the road to go around another turning car that was turning too slow. To ...
... and orchards! California is truly the fruit bowl of the States. The entrance to the Park displays the ravages of the recent forest fire, with huge pine trees literally burnt to a cinder, however like our bush, it's regenerating already. The entrance into Yosemite couldn't be more spectacular, after entering a tunnel you emerge to see El-Capitan rising out of the tall pines. This natural wonder is a sheer ...