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Yosemite: a million waterfalls

The trek from San Francisco to Yosemite was not relaxing. The clouds opened up and turned Bay Area highways into parking lot lakes.  Outside of the city we sat in bumper-to-bumper traffic for miles and miles.  Snow in the Park made us wish for all-wheel drive all the way to Wawona.

But the rain sent everyone else into hiding and we had much of the Park, a million waterfalls and steamy, foggy, granite faces all to ourselves.

 Bridal Veil falls was deserted except for those few soaked souls that braved the pouring rain.  

Tunnel view was misty, grey and breathtaking. No half dome in sight.