I can’t say I blame the people in the tents.

    I’ve been a member of this community for more than 20 years.

    It’s the closest thing to a community I’ve ever known.

    The problem is that when it comes to hiking in Yosemite, the community is too small and too tight.

    When you’re just a foot or two from the ground, there’s a lack of space to move.

    It becomes impossible to get around.

    And you get so little sunlight, and so little air, you can get cold, it’s hard to breathe.

    In Yosemite, where the temperatures reach over 100 degrees, we have no privacy at all.

    It feels like we’re in a movie set, where you’re in one place and the camera is focused on you, but you’re nowhere to be seen.

    Even if you’re an experienced hiker, I wouldn’t recommend getting into Yosemite at night unless you have the equipment.

    Even if you’ve done it before, it takes more time.

    And even if you do, you might end up being in the wrong place at the wrong time.

    You have to get into the valley to experience the beauty.

    You have to do it right.

    But you don’t have to.

    You just have to take the time to understand the valley.

    Hiking in Yosemite can be challenging and intimidating, but it’s worth it.

    It gives you a chance to experience something you’re never going to get anywhere else.

    And, for the first time, you have a chance at being able to experience a place you’ve never been before.