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October visit - Northern coast or Yosemite?

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I have another question to ask the forum:
We are potentially planning a trip to San Francisco and surrounding area for October 4 - 14. We plan on spending 2 nights in the Sonoma area and 3 nights in San Francisco. Our first thought was to travel up the coast to Mendocino and Klamath areas for the remaining days. But, now we're second guessing ourselves. Should we go to Yosemite instead during this time? We live on the East Coast, and won't be able to get out to California again probably for some time. Also, I'm a teacher and am generally in school during the "off" season. However, I will be on maternity leave this fall and am trying to take advantage of that very precious time off.
Thank you so much for your help! :)

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