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Hiking in Yosemite National Park

Tuolumne Meadows Campground is about seventy miles (110 kilometers) from Yosemite Valley.  Since I truly do not enjoy driving, I had to find other things to do than trying to imitate Ansel Adams.  Everyone knows I enjoy hiking or walking in the woods so it became my favorite pass-time.  I went out every day.  I called it my daily deer patrol and everyday I saw and photographed mule deer.

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Yosemite offers more than mule deer to photograph.  The scenery in Yosemite National Park is extraordinary.  Now, you also know I am not a landscape photographer, but I still have been taking shots of the scenery.

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High up in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, Yosemite offers mountain scenery, wildlife viewing and if that isn’t enough for you, well, you can hike onto or climb some very challenging places like the Lembert Dome within Yosemite.  Lembert Dome can be free-climbed or you can hike up the back side.

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