Hetch Hetchy

Explored a quiet corner of Yosemite Nat’l Park this weekend.  Zero crowds, blue skies, awesome views, and excessive flatulance punctuated the trip.  Felt great to soak up some rays, sleep under the stars, and be outside w/two good buddies.

loaded up with only the necessities

loaded up with only the necessities

Dan on dam

Dan on dam

the damn was built in the late 30's and provides drinking water to San Fran via pipeline.

the dam was built in the late 30’s and provides drinking water to San Fran via pipeline.

before the dam, the valley was a smaller version of Yosemite Valley

before the dam, the valley was a smaller version of Yosemite Valley

7 miles w/a 45lb pack will do this to ya. (his necessities weighed a lot)

7 miles w/a 45lb pack will do this to ya. (his necessities weighed a lot)

Rancheria Falls

Rancheria Falls

last light

last light

Nick and Dan pondering the wonders of the wilderness...and gasseous emissions

Nick and Dan pondering the wonders of the wilderness

playing w/fire

playing w/fire

almost burnt the forest down w/this one

almost burnt the forest down w/this one

hit the oldest saloon in Cali on the drive out

hit the oldest saloon in Cali on the drive out

simple words of wisdom

simple words of wisdom

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