Through the Grand Canyon of the Tuolumne continued…

Before going on with the story here is a photographic interlude courtesy of Richard and others who kindly shared photos…

This is from Tuolumne Meadows at the start when Julie was explaining about the high mountains and what grows at the various elevations we were to pass through.













Throughout the journey we were keeping our eyes open for one of these!







It was always welcoming to come upon one of these old signs, but we learned that the mileage was usually inaccurate.





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A few of us taking some time for thoughtful reflection including Laurie, ‘Gandalf’ and yours truly.



Stalwart Judy chilling at the ‘grotto’ on Wednesday.












Our Friend, the Tuolumne River

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The passes, our challenges


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‘The Kitchen’ in Pate Valley with Tamar making much appreciated hors d’oeuvres; Sylvan exhibiting the mushroom he’d found and some of ate and lived to tell the story (kind of slippery texture!); Julie and Sylvan making oatmeal or cream of wheat.


About perigrinatia

World traveler, Primary and ESL teacher, emerging writer
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3 Responses to Through the Grand Canyon of the Tuolumne continued…

  1. Lorraine Ruston says:

    Thanks for the photos! They bring back good memories of past trips that I took in the Sierra. What glorious country it is!


  2. Elizabeth Rogers says:

    Looks like you had quite the adventure. Good for you. That took a lot of physical effort. Thanks for sharing with me.

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  3. perigrinatia says:

    Thank you for reading!


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