Hello Yosemite!

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Post by Alexandra

In all my years of living in California, I had never been to Yosemite and Jim had not been there for a number of years.  I have always wanted to go but heard it gets congested, so that had deterred me. We both were really looking forward to camping there.  Since we were going in September, given that a lot of kids are back in school, we were hoping it would not be as crowded.
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Let’s go to the mountains, it’s too hot here!!

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View from Coon Creek Group Campground
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Post by Jim

It was sweltering hot in the San Gabriel Valley, 100 plus degrees. Even the beaches were hot! Low 80’s in the mountains was very appealing, so off we went to the Barton Flats campground, in the San Bernardino National Forest, for four nights. Even though July is peak vacation season, we were able to book our favorite campsite, number 38, because this trip was during the work week instead of the weekend. While there, we were able to  visit a few new places.

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What’s For Dinner Tonight?

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We discovered mountain folk have a different taste in food than us!
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Post by Jim

One of our favorite places to camp locally is around Big Bear. Big Bear is a mountain location in the San Bernadino National Forest above the city of San Bernadino, California. The three campgrounds we like the best are Barton Flats, San Gorgonio and Serrano. All three campgrounds are run by the National Park Service and all three are great!!

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