It was an absolutely beautiful autumn Saturday in Yosemite. We thought it was crowded but staff talked about how quiet the park was. We enjoyed the scenery, a walk to the Lower Yosemite Falls – dry this time of year, and watching some deer enjoy their midday rest. We saw a total of six resting deer, two bucks, two doe, and two fawns. Actually the fawns were hidden and we didn’t see much more than their ears. After lunch we drove the Tioga Road and out of the park to the east. The scenery at Tioga Pass is breathtaking. We then headed south to Bishop, California for our night’s lodging.

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  1. Oscar

    I am glad you guys are having a great time and the pictures you posted are really awesome. I have been a bit under the weather these past few days and I haven’t been watching your blog but today I was able to catch up. Keep having a great time!

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  2. kathy seaberg

    Hi there Karen & Steve – gorgeous shots of Yosemite… how cool that you got to see the deer & fawns!
    I’ve got to get caught up with you… have been so darn busy lately that I haven’t had much chance to get on here, but today’s the day!
    ~kathy

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