Monday, March 29, 2004

The Team left Yosemite National Park. Yosemite is a hard place to leave! It is so beautiful and such a blessing!! At this time of year, the weather is cool and everything is green.

In the pic below, The Team is just about to leave camp and George takes a last look at Half Dome thru the trees.

In the pic below, we are at a point on Hwy 120 where we may see the Merced River and Yosemite Valley for the last time. Do you see Bridal Veil Falls far back?

We are in Jamestown, California. Inside Ms. Tioga it is 88 degrees F. Wow!! What a difference from being in Yosemite just a few hours ago.

In the pic below, George looks at Main Street in Jamestown which still looks a little like an old western town, which it was so many years ago.

We have made supper camp in the parking lot of the The Railtown 1897 State Historic Park in Jamestown.

A sign in the lot states no parking 10PM to 6PM. We love signs like that because they tell us exactly how late we can stay here and not be bothered by the local law.

Tomorrow we will come back here when the Railroad Park is open. Can't wait!!

We broke Supper Camp and made Nite Camp on Jacksonville Road, south of Jamestown, near a finger of the New Don Pedro Reservoir. It is dark, and we cannot see if we are near water.


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