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We arrived in our Yosemite campground on Monday, May 13th. On Tuesday we drove into Yosemite Valley to see what we could see.

There are many, many natural and man-made sites to see the valley. There is also traffic. Lots and lots of traffic.

Our parking spot

 

After parking the Jeep, we did lots of walking and had lunch somewhere. The we went in search of “The Kiosk” where we hoped to make reservations to raft down the Merced River inside Yosemite. That was the plan . . . and we found The Kiosk . . . a needle in the Yosemite haystack.

We Found Half Dome Village

 

We Found The Kiosk

 

However, since the Spring water runoff was particularly fierce this year, rubber rafting was delayed for a time — long after we’re gone. Bummer. We snapped a few pictures and called it a day.

 

 

WE DECIDE TO TAKE A BUS TOUR

Since the weather forecast was rain, rain, and more rain, we didn’t want to Park & Walk again. So we took a 2-hour bus tour of Yosemite Valley. A wise decision.

Look, it’s tourists!

 

 

 

A Bad Sign

 

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  1. Mary Hughes #

    How absolutely beautiful.. your photos are stunning. I love the one looking up at Half Dome from the bottom.. WOW! Glad you discovered the bus.. doing the tourist thing is not such a bad idea. Mary

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    On Tue, May 21, 2019 at 11:25 PM rvSeniorMoments wrote:

    > Tom (rvSeniorMoments) posted: ” We arrived in our Yosemite campground on > Monday, May 13th. On Tuesday we drove into Yosemite Valley to see what we > could see. There are many, many natural and man-made sites to see the > valley. There is also traffic. Lots and lots of traff” >

    May 21, 2019

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