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October 20, 2008
From journal California Bold Rush
San Francisco, California
August 3, 2003
During our visit we were able to see a number of rivers and waterfalls including Bridalveil and Yosemite falls. The best time to see these falls are in June however. Most of the water flowing in Yosemite comes from snowmelt in the high country, so runoff decreases during the dry summer.
"Half Dome is perhaps the most recognized symbol of Yosemite. Rising over 4,000 feet above the Valley floor, it is one of the most sought-after landmarks in Yosemite. Some people even hike or rock climb to the top!
El Capitan is 3,000 feet above the Valley floor, it is the largest monolith of granite in the world. El Capitan is opposite Bridalveil Fall and is best seen at the far west end of Yosemite Valley at Bridalveil and El Capitan Meadows.
Glacier Point is perhaps the most famous viewpoint in Yosemite. It is most spectacularly seen from Curry Village."*
From journal Yosemite Valley
June 5, 2003
But it would have been more comfortable to have slept in a bed.
From journal Yosemite National Park
February 9, 2001
From journal Yosemite - Granite Grandeur!