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Yosemite National Park offers quiet solitude after summer crowds depart!

Half Dome towers in distance as small crowd at Glacier Point gazes in awe.

With summer crowds long gone, Yosemite National Park offers quiet solitude in November… We are spending three days and nights in Yosemite Valley in our reconstructed ‘64 Scotty camping trailer. With forecasted sunny weather predicted for our three days, and no rain or snow descending on the afternoon until the day of our departure, the [...]

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Yosemite’s high country – beautiful in late summer, early fall!

My spouse and I just returned from 3+ days in Yosemite high country, following Hwy. 120/the Tioga Road up to Tuolumne Meadows. While the rivers are running low, and some of the waterfalls have dried up – this is still stunning country, clean air and worth your visit. Posting some pictures of Olmsted Point, Tenaya Lake, [...]

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Yosemite National Park, crown jewel of the Sierra!

Bicyclists are dwarfed by Yosemite Falls; the Yosemite Valley has miles of cycling and hiking trails! Half Dome and Vernal Falls, viewed from Glacier Point Half Dome viewed from Glacier Point almost makes your heart stop! Bridalveil Falls with Half Dome in the background The mighty Sierra, popularly called the “range of light” for its vast [...]

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