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Old 04-13-2014, 07:44 PM   #11
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The NPS.gov site even suggest the following:

"For your best chance of getting a reservation, be sure your clock is set accurately and start the first few steps of the reservation process at www.recreation.gov before 7 am Pacific time."

I guess that you need to set your clock with an atomic time!
If you have smart phone set alarms to go off at the time you need and send e-mails to remind ya. Set to auto to go on line via Wi-Fi. If camping have all sent to Tela vision. Cheat like the snow birds!!!!!!
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Old 04-13-2014, 07:48 PM   #12
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Cheat like the snow birds!!!!!!
I was a little puzzled by this comment, but then I noticed you are from Callahan.

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Old 04-13-2014, 07:53 PM   #13
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if you visit Yosemite in March-April or Oct.-Nov., you shouldn't have to make reservations and the weather is still great.
May and Sept. used to be the same but more and more people found out about it and now both months are almost as bad as Summertime.
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Not sure they take reservations at park Sierra. We called a couple of hours before we got here. It is a coop but they seem to have people coming in and leaving. Lots if the folks we met are leaving for the summer. We are headed north to Alaska. Leaving here tomorrow. Yosemite is nice right now. Lots if wildflowers. Snow has mostly melted except for the mountaintops.
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Not sure they take reservations at park Sierra. We called a couple of hours before we got here. It is a coop but they seem to have people coming in and leaving. Lots if the folks we met are leaving for the summer. We are headed north to Alaska. Leaving here tomorrow. Yosemite is nice right now. Lots if wildflowers. Snow has mostly melted except for the mountaintops.
Enjoy Alaska!!!

Did you winter at POTS?? We wintered in Yuma, then came to Benson on Valentine Day.

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if you visit Yosemite in March-April or Oct.-Nov., you shouldn't have to make reservations and the weather is still great.
May and Sept. used to be the same but more and more people found out about it and now both months are almost as bad as Summertime.
Thanks for the info....

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We spent the winter in Quartszite then went to Death Valley, Sequoia, and kings canyon before coming here. Leaving tomorrow.
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