Lillaskog Lodge

Address: 27557 Packard Canyon Road, Groveland, California, 95321, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 27557 Packard Canyon Road, Groveland.
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      Travel Blogs from Groveland

      Where are you hiding Boo Boo

      A travel blog entry by kartman on Oct 09, 2014

      7 photos

      ... had no concerns about the hoards of tourists that stopped for photos. There was prey to be stalked and nothing was going to stop that. So we got to see birds, squirrels, coyotes but no bears despite taking a picnic with us, did someone say picnic Boo Boo.

      When we got home we did the long hike to the Mexican restaurant one door down the street and had a nice Mexican meal in America, beats the Iron Door Saloon hands ...


      A travel blog entry by hansgran on Sep 24, 2014

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... of the trees and visitors can go along it by an open top tram. It made one feel very small among these gigantic ancient trees. Even the roots of the fallen trees were were amazing to look at writhedand tangled like snakes.

      That was only a small part of the storyof Josemite, a deep glaciated valley, the bedrock of whi ch is granite. A naturalist guide took us through part of the floor ...

      Sorry.... Wow!

      A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 11, 2014

      ... that they could grab a space - to witness the spectacle. An initial message would be relayed from Camp Curry to the people high up on Glacier Point, who would yell back, "Hello Camp Curry!" The command would then be yelled back, "Let the fire fall!" At this point, staff from the camp, who had been up at Glacier Point all afternoon creating slow-burning embers, would push the burning embers over the precipice of the mountain, creating a curtain of fire which then fell down ...

      The start of the Loop Trail

      A travel blog entry by millsontour on Jul 25, 2014

      2 comments, 11 photos

      Day 1: Tuolomne to Sunrise High Sierra Camp

      Planned departure at 0900 so up early.

      Very easy to get out of bed as had been frozen all night and by morning had all my clothes on already. The lower temperature had been welcome but overnight it had dropped to below freezing. As I wrapped up and went to the shared showers I saw that practically all the other tents had their fires going. We missed a trick.

      Met a ...

      The stunning Yosemite

      A travel blog entry by heinzdora on Jun 26, 2014

      20 photos

      ... We reach a point where you need to use your hands. We watch the others in front of us go up and some of them just slid back down. That's how slippery it was. I don't trust my klutzy self to go up so I wait for Hinesh in a little shaded cove. I watch Hinesh go up and have a little slide and worry for a second. But he keeps pushing and gets past that point to the falls. As I wait I watch the various ways that people get up. Some did the spiderman ...