With Memorial Day coming up you can expect the park to be crowded. Unfortunately, this is California and the idea of public transportation just really hasn’t caught on so most of the visitors to the park come via their own car, truck or motorcycle. With all those cars that also means that you’re going to have to get gas somewhere. But did you know there’s no gas IN Yosemite Valley for visitors? Nope, not a drop. In fact, the nearest gas is miles and miles away so you’ll need to plan your trip accordingly. Here’s a list of places to get gas in and around Yosemite.
When I’m preparing for a trip I like to get as much information possible about the destination including watching as many videos as I can find. Here’s an interesting video report from CNN on Yosemite.
So, what are you doing for National park Week? Nothing? How'd you like to go visit your favorite national park (Yosemite, of course) or free?
If you’ve been a long time visitor to Yosemite you may well remember the traffic light that was placed on Highway 120 between Buck Meadows and the Cherry Lake Road turn-off. Well, to make a long story short, road construction this summer may well just bring the light back to 120 signaling stop and go […]
If you’re heading up to the park this weekend bring a warm jacket and your snow tires. There’s a good chance Yosemite Valley will be white by Monday.
In Yosemite, where the seasons are shorter because of the altitude, summer is often the only time when road work can be completed.
One of the best ways you can help prevent traffic congestion in the park is to take a bus. They’re a great way to get around and you don’t have to worry about how to get back to your car if you’re doing a one way trip from say, Tuolumne Meadows to Yosemite Valley. Speaking […]
Succulent plant growing in a window box outside Weston Gallery(Cross posted from The Little Red Tent)
A succulent plant in a window box outside Weston Gallery, Carmel, CA(Cross posted from The Little Red Tent)