Yosemite National Park, USA
This photo was taken from Glacier Point of the majestic Yosemite National Park. It’s no secret that I love aerial views. I’ve always wanted to see every place from above, so that’s why I am excited to to finally get a drone. I’ve thought about this for along time, but never taken the plunge, until now. I am so excited to try it out when we’re in Scotland.
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Yosemite National Park, USA
Taft point is one of the lookout points at Yosemite National Park with an uninterrupted view of the valley below. If you are brave, you can walk all the way to the edge and look over the precipice. That little dot in the middle, sitting on the overhang is Fausto. Did I mention that there are no railings? Since this place is less crowded than Glacier point, we found a quiet place to sit and admire the breathtaking vista.
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View of half dome from Glacier Point
A few weeks ago, while we were on the West Coast, we decided to rent a car and drive to Yosemite. It’s been awhile since we did a road trip in North America. We used to drive all the time to Canada, but due to the time constraints and cheap airfares, we end up flying for the most part now. I love road trips because I get to be the navigator. It’s very satisfying when you can figure out how to get from point A to point B. Mind you, it’s not too hard to do that here, but in a foreign country without a GPS, it’s a lot more fun.
Yosemite different from any park I’ve been to. For one thing, it’s massive, driving from one gate to another can take up to two hours. The scenery is breathtaking, from the majestic redwoods to the sheer cliffs at Taft’s point. Everywhere we looked, we were reminded that nature is magnificent and beautiful and we are a small speck in the grand scheme of things.
After two long weeks of resting and eating in Canada, I am ready to go home. That feeling of restlessness in a small town is starting to set over me again and I want to hit the road. I am getting excited for our upcoming trip to San Francisco. We both went to the Bay City last year for a weekend on one of our mileage runs and fell in love with the area. We promised ourselves that we’d be back to explore more of the West Coast, so this time when Fausto had to go there for a business conference, I decided to tag along.
Golden Gate bridge in the fog