|A lake with no name|
Water! Here’s the South Fork of the Tuolumne River (the same river that flows past our Thousand Trails Park) crashing down the mountain to the road, then under and beyond.
All along the road we found impromptu waterfalls, cascades, rivulets, trickles and seeps. There must be thousands of them everywhere in the mountains, and we saw plenty along the Tioga Road!
This is Yosemite Creek.
Then, looking to the west, saw the “other side” of Half Dome off in the distance.
Looking east, we spied Tenaya Lake, deep blue and beckoning.
Years ago, with small children, we camped near the shores of this pristine lake. The high country campgrounds haven’t yet been opened for the summer, so we didn’t get to revisit the spot.
|This was the only boater we saw at Tenaya.|
Suzy's point of view has her own style:
And for those who want more pictures, there are lots of them on our Yosemite web album.
And that's it for one more day in ... Our Life on Wheels.