Yosemite National Park

We camped at Yosemite Lakes Thousand Trails. The campground has e/w/s. We had direct tv satellite but not wifi. The family lodge has wifi.

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Our Site

We drove to Glacier Point to see the view. We were able to see Half Dome & the Vernal & Nevada falls.

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I didn’t see any climbers. I’ve seen pictures of people dancing on the tip of half dome but it didn’t happen while I was there.

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The snow melted and the waterfalls filled up. They were spectacular. Kevin and I stood under the mist of the falls smiling at each other. We moved onto El Capitan. This huge granite cliff formation was incredible. We sat in a meadow at the foot of El Capitan looking for climbers but they never showed up. On the way home a black bear was walking around by the side of the road. Three park rangers were monitoring the situation.

The Sonora Farmers Market was about 45 minutes from our campground. The market is seasonal it opens May-October. They had a good selection of veggies and vendors.

Happy RVing!

Bird Spotting

  • Red-winged Blackbird
  • Yellow rumped Warbler
  • Turkey Vulture
  • Stellar’s Jay
  • Western Scrub Jay
  • American Robin

10 thoughts on “Yosemite National Park

  1. Beautiful photos. We want to. Gotta make it happen soon. I and the kids have never been out that far west. Looking forward to it. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Oh, oh, oh! Maybe my favorite park in the whole country! We were there five years ago in mid-May, and it snowed two inches on us overnight. It was absolutely stunning the next morning, and I took more pictures that next morning than any other time. Hike the Mist Trail, if you can. Dress for wet conditions, but it is one of the most amazing hikes ever! Loved the memories you stirred up today and enjoyed your post!

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