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Camping at Yosemite

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We're headed to Yosemite for the 4th of July. I know we're crazy for going over the extremely busy holiday but it was the best time for us. We havent camped in several years, we used to do it all the time. We are staying a hodgdon. Here is the make up of who will be going. Myself, my husband our 11 year old and our 2 1/2 year old. We also have 2 friends who will be joining us. What is the best way to deal with the cooking situation. I've googled everything thing I can think of and saw that you can only have a camp fire 5pm-10pm so that would mean no hot breakfest. Anyway, any suggestions at all would be great (really on anything, not just on food), we are starting to gather things now so we know for sure we have everything.

We're also planning to go on the sugar pine railroad night trip with the dinner and everything. We will be at Yosemite for 4 nights.

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