I had to remind myself that Yosemite wasn’t the object of our trip, but a bonus.
It’s raining this morning and 42 degrees.
With snow predicted for tonight we have a debate about leaving. We talked to the volunteers at th ranger station and they claim it will be above 6 thousand fee, and the camp-ground is four.
Bill says let’s try the roads. He doesn’t mind driving in the rain. So. We head out for Bridal-veil Falls first and the
Wamona tunnel first. We’re half-way to Yosemite Valley and it is snowing. What to do?
We visited Bridal-veil Falls, walked to the base in the rain, Yosemite Village with its odd traffic pattern,
El Capitain and looked up into the rain to see the top, Yosemite Falls from the road turn-off and turned up Route 120.
Oops. Big mistake. We got turned back by the Park Rangers because we needed chains to get through the building snow. Taking 140 West to exit the park.
4 thoughts on “Yosemite in the rain and snow by Barbara Edwards”
What a shame that you had such bad weather. We went to Yosemite last year and loved it!
It’s okay. The memories are fantastic. Sometimes what seems like a disaster turn out to be the best.
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Thanks. I’m loving this trip and sharing.