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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... reward. Before us the whole of the valley stretched out in a 270 degree panorama. We were at eye level with Half Dome, while we had sweeping views of Vernal Falls and above it, cascading down, Nevada Falls. It gave us a real sense of perspective of the hike we had undertaken the day before. Below, on the valley floor, we were able to see Curry Village, the white canvas of its tents peeping through the blanket of pine trees covering the hiking trails. The Awahnee Hotel was also ...
Our song for Vogelsang was to the tune of "Edelweiss" and went well. Somebody somewhere has the videos of these and they would be a hoot. However they are a tradition of Ranger Guided Walks and we got "Best of Season" for two of the camps- bring on the EMMYs!
There is nothing like being homeward bound to give flight to your feet and the walk down to Tuolomne was a breeze. We spotted our first wild life when ...
... became cold and sweaty. Further news was that the camp had run out of firewood and so no wood for the little tent stoves. As we were not allowed to collect wood we were looking at a cold night. Tom went into stealth mode and acquired kindling and paper and some legitimate wood.
Undaunted we went to find water to swim in and had the coldest shortest swim in Vogelsang Lake. As ever Ruth was in longest and only got out of the water when ...
... Emily sending us the photos.
Merced was the best food on the walk and we had a scheduled rest day where we did an art class, caught up on washing and went on a nature walk. We had an impromptu get together up on the hill second day and missed some of the "Frogs and Aliens" talk but caught the bit about the chipmunk popsicles found inside fish.
A welcome rest day before the slog up to Vogelsang Camp.
... what we were driving next to. But in the end I'm happy we drove it during the day as it is beautiful. As we get close to the top we can see what's left of some of the mountains after the rim fire last year. It is amazing how the mountains are barren a year later.
We crest the top and start making our way down towards the valley, and then as we go around some turns we see it. We see the valley. It is incredible. The girls put down their phones and we ...