Today is our last day in Yosemite. We leave tomorrow morning on our drive back to Florida. We packed up our stuff for the final time today. We are heading up to Tuolumne Meadows to spend our last day in Yosemite. They call this area the high country because it it above the Valley, which was cut out by a glaciers millions of years ago. Before we headed out, we stopped at the base of El Cap. It is a super short hike to the base of it and boy is it worth it. To look up the face and imagine climbing up it is insane. As my palms were sweating, my brothers fingers were itching. He has gotten half way up it and is excited to conquer it soon. It really makes you feel small when you can hardly see the top of something. Once we got to Tuolumne, we drove around and saw the sights. Then we met up with Taylor's friend Chas to go bouldering. There is a neat little spot that has great bouldering. There was nobody else there, which was nice. It was like our own little desert osasis. It is amazing how much the landscape changes around here. After some climbing, we ended up at the Mobil gas station. Exciting right? It actually has a gourmet restaurant inside called the Whoa Nellie Deli. They happen to have live music outside on Thursdays, and it was Thursday. My brother said it was popular, but I didn't think it would be this packed. It seemed like every employee from Yosemite was there! I got the chicken - which was great! After dinner, we went to Taylor's friends' camp in Tuolumne. We sat around a fire and enjoyed each others company. Tomorrow we leave. I cannot believe it!