Super 8 Mariposa / Yosemite National Park Area
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... of the trees and visitors can go along it by an open top tram. It made one feel very small among these gigantic ancient trees. Even the roots of the fallen trees were were amazing to look at writhedand tangled like snakes.
That was only a small part of the storyof Josemite, a deep glaciated valley, the bedrock of whi ch is granite. A naturalist guide took us through part of the floor ...
... a panoramic view encompassing the iconic Half Dome - the inspiration behind the North Face logo and Stacey's dream vista. The tent was surprisingly better than we had expected. Three beds, including a double, a safe and the all-important bear box. Bears in Yosemite can be a real hazard and threat, not only to the humans but also to themselves. Due to people's carelessness with food, these animals have come to associate any habitation within the park with easy feeding ...
... br> The final approach to Merced Camp was absolutely stunning with the Merced River making cascades over the granite.
Over the afternoon we had been smelling smoke from the forest fire and there was a noticeable haze in the air. When we made it to Merced High Sierra Camp they told us that the road from the end of Tuolomne Meadows to Yosemite Valley had been closed.
James TR did a talk on fire ...
Day 1: we farewell Berkeley and take a quick detour to see the university. It's a nice college town but we are pressed for time so we gas up for the big drive to Yosemite.
We punch in the address in the GPS that Chikki has lent us and settle in for the drive. Again driving in California is beautiful, hills and mountains so pretty.
It takes us a little longer to get to our hotel about a 4 hour drive from Berkeley. We aren't allowed ...
We arrived safe and sound mid day.
After a five hour drive from San Fran we decided to find ourselves a camp site before they filled up.
Everything inside the park was already spoken for but we came across a place called Yosemite Lakes ...