Lost in Yosemite

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In “Yosemite at Last,” Andi and Riley’s honeymoon turns into a four-day struggle for survival. Their trip starts out innocently enough. The couple hike up to Glacier Point, a four-mile, arduous hike. Riley suggested they take horses, but Andi prefers to use her own two feet and lead a packhorse. Why? She’s not fond of drop-offs, of which there are plenty on that zigzag route straight up. Do you remember why she hates drop-offs and cliffs? If you don’t, go read The Last Ride to refresh your memory.

The view from Glacier Point is worth it. Mrs. M. has been here, and it’s unbelievable that this woman in the picture (late 1800s) did not plummet over the edge. It’s not easy to get from solid ground out to that scary point, by the way. It’s all blocked off from modern visitors, thank goodness! You can see that the pictures show the very same rock formation. Only the Yosemite and Little Yosemite Falls look different because of camera angles and time of year (I was there last December).

MY PICTURE. SEE WATERFALLS?
1800s. CRAZY WOMAN!
Lost in Yosemite Maze

I created a fun “lost in Yosemite” maze. Click the graphic and print it out to help Andi and Riley find their way back down into the Yosemite Valley and safety.

Published by Andi Carter

I'm the main character in the Circle C Adventures series. I live on a huge cattle ranch in 1880s California. These are my adventures.

8 thoughts on “Lost in Yosemite

  1. That woman was crazy! She looks like she stands there every day she’s so casual!!! I don’t mind heights but I agree with FarmGirl24. That would freak me out!!! 😮🫢 I would feel sick up there!
    Btw the maze was fun, Mrs. M.

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  2. This brings back wonderful memories of my family and I visiting Yosemite a long time ago. So rugged, beautiful, yet scary! No way would I get anywhere near the edge of cliffs like those.

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