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Day trip to Yosemite National Park


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  • [Pictures] Day trip to Yosemite National Park

    Last Monday (7 May), Jimmie and I set out on a day trip to Yosemite. We hadn't been there since last year, and I was eager to flash my "geezer pass" at the entrance station to get in for free.

    Spring is the best time for waterfalls, and the tourist season is still ramping up. So here are some pictures from the day, along with minimal narration. The entire gallery can be found at should you wish to see all 51 pictures and three short videos.

    First stop: Tunnel View

    looking down from Tunnel View

    On the way to Glacier Point

    Views from Washburn Point

    Views from Glacier Point

    Panorama from Glacier Point

    Return to Tunnel View

    Visitors Center

    On the way to Yosemite Falls

    The falls

    If you click on this last one, it will take you to a video.

    Again, to see the entire gallery, you can find it here:
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    Re: Day trip to Yosemite National Park

    This is still on my "list" of places to get the kids to. I also want to head up to Calveras County Fair at some point in my lifetime... and I plan on getting plenty of shots of the Sugar Pine Railroad.
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