The Sierra View campsite in the morning.
A great place to wake up. I slept really well. However, there's not much shade here, which means that sleeping in late isn't possible due to the hot sun heating up the tent. I can tell that today will be hotter than yesterday.
The suburban town of Gilroy is way down there and its lights are visible from up here at night. Monterey Bay is further off in the distance.
This is in one of the higher areas of the park, and this campsite sits at about 2800 feet.
Breakfast is coffee, two Zen Bakery cinnamon rolls and a Granny Smith apple.
Date: August 27, 2007, 10h05