After driving north on the eastern side of the Sierra Nevada mountain range in California we found out that we couldn't go to Yosmite National Park because the roads were still closed. We had only one choice of roads to cross the mountains going west and there was one campground on that road that we planned to stay at. We thought we would never get out of the mountains! They just went on and on! The campground was 6 miles from the highway, but it was worth it. The pictures do not do it justice at all.
There was a board walk following the river.
It was so picturesque! Clear, cold water flowing down from the mountains as the snow melted. We saw lots of snow that hadn't melted yet!
A pathway through the woods. I love forests and streams!
You can't really tell from the picture, but it is a dogwood tree that is blooming.
We were miles from civilization! DH sitting alongside the rapids! Stay tuned for more pictures.
It looks so beautiful and calming! Thanks for sharing the photos.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! Is that you on the wooden bridge?ReplyDelete
It looks gorgeous, and a little chilly!!ReplyDelete
I'm jealous, but glad you are having a great time! ---"Love"ReplyDelete
That's my kind of place! I love the woods. Thanks for sharing your photos.ReplyDelete
What a way to travel the country. I would love to do this.ReplyDelete
Love the mtns. in CA and the beautiful campgrounds. Thanks for the memory! and your pictures are wonderful.ReplyDelete
How fun;) Bet there weren't very many people there;)ReplyDelete