Arnold Black Bear Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Gerry road his bike most every day. Maggie and I did a lot of walking. The mornings were cool, but temps reached into the nineties by noon. So on with the a/c in the motor coach until the sun went down. I went to the seafood buffet one night and had all the crab legs and whole lobster you could eat. ...
... pretty spectacular (the road not my pics) The ravages of the recent fires was evident on both sides of the road but like Australia, there is already signs of recovery with green plants shooting up with the help of the warm sun.
The town before Sonora is called Jamestown, but some wit has renamed it Jimstown, and there is one shop with this on it!
Mister Paul must be exhausted, he's fast asleep, so I'll say bye for now.
... and surrounding areas have to offer. Seriously guys - we had an excellent time and one day we'll repay the favour!! Anyhoo…. they recommended that as we were heading over to Yosemite, we should take a detour and visit a small town just to the north called Murphys. And we are so glad we did… its just gorgeous; small, history laden and packed with lots of cute little independent shops - Kate Ramsell: you'd love it ...
... managed to extend our hike by two miles by turning up to Clarke Point and not going down past Vernal Falls like they had. When we realised this we were gutted at first, but then were quite proud that we'd managed to do it. When the other group who had done the Panorama Trail rocked up, there was much merriment at our stupidity, and consolation for Laura's ankle. We sat and had a giant ice cold Pepsi apiece, which by this point was the best thing we had ever tasted, and ...
... ounce of nervousness! I think it mainly has to do with having moved abroad before and that this time I'm actually going to have a REAL job and I'M MOVING TO EUROPE.. CENTRAL EUROPE for that matter... Nope NOT NERVOUS :-) #2 Yosefa is my TWIN BUT she isn't attached to me.. contrary to what some people may think/feel!! There was a time where I was living in Greece and she was living in Israel and ummm we ...