DHS July 15, 2018
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"Lyell Canyon is a sub-alpine meadow in Yosemite National Park south of Tuolumne Meadows. For 8 miles most of the canyon has an approximate elevation of 8,850 feet, and then rapidly climbs to 11,056 feet to Donohue Pass – which marks the southern boundary of Yosemite. The valley at the base is relatively flat and wide, following Lyell creek through an open meadow and wooded areas. Lyell creek eventually meets with Tuolumne river." - Wikipedia

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I needed to cross this creek to get to the Donahue Pass but couldn't find bridges. I didn't bring my water shoes …
Water in the creek was ice cold but managed to walk cross it with bare feet (twice).
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The skies turned smoky and hazy in the afternoon because of Ferguson Fire, which started almost two days ago.
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