Our Travels West, Summer 2007 - David and Linda Young travel blog

Waterfall and stream on the way to the Park

Bridal Veil Falls


Ron ignoring the Danger sign

Bridal Veil Falls

Old cowboy shows his fluffy pup the Falls

The two 'cowboys'

One of the waterfalls and streams

Photo by Daring Dave



David and Linda and the waterfall

Mr and Mrs Heck

Glacier Point

Yosemite Falls

Yes - Real Bear, grazing in meadow - created traffic jam

The Bear Photographers

We wanted Mexican food - ended up in this tiny town

The Restaurant - authentic and Good

The town's old jail

This National Park was just so wonderful it had to have its own entry to get in all the pictures. What a beautiful place.

Yosemite Valley's first residents were the American Indians...they were living there around 6,000 years ago. Non-Indians did not know about Yosemite Valley prior to the 1851. The discovery of GOLD in Sierra Nevada foothills in 1848 brought thousands of gold-seekers.

In 1855 the area's first tourists came and 9 years later, during the Civil War, Lincoln granted Yosemite Valley to the state as the Country's 1st Public Reserve.

The Giant Sequoia is the Most Massive Living Thing on Earth...so, bet you didn't know that! They are thought to live up to 3,000 years. The trees were Spectacular!

You know, I am running out of superlatives to describe all the absolutely wonderful things we are seeing in OUR USA! However, you will understand, please, if I repeat -

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