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    Yosemite After the fires?

    Hey gang, has anyone been to Yosemite since the fires this last year? How hard did it get hit? I have some friends visiting from out east in April and we were looking at taking a Jeep trip down there.

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    You’ll be fine, they protect the valley when fires hit. It only hit the outside towards the 395.
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    I was there last month. You’ll see it on the drive in but once really in the park it’s fine.


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    Great! Thanks gang!

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