Nature's Inn Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... see at this point but everything was closed. Luckily had some pasta in out bag and an oxo cube, so we cranked up the stove. The stove got a little out of hard and seems to have a mind of its own. Flames grew round the pan so we grabbed the pan and turned the cooker off. Still unsure whether the stove didn't work or it was our fault. A little scary non the less. The stove now has taken residence in a food locker 5 metres from ...
... over night and Juniper was aired for a looong cold time! The next issue we found out is the bears of Yosemite don't hibernate!! Oh noooo... so everything is locked tight and no water or rubbish can be left anywhere near your site! All in all we made it here safely but now may have trouble surviving the night as we are huddle up freezing in our Juniper.. Cheers to being on the road... Fingers crossed we make it through the night ...
... down. Andrew needed to 'eat his lunch' by half way up the waterfall itself so I hiked up to the top myself and took some pics then picked him up on the way back down. The inca trail is really looking promising at this point. The water was around 4 degrees yet some tourists still chose to dive in and go for a swim. I can't think of many things worse than hiking down a trail in soaking wet cold clothes...epic chafe comes to mind. We also saw some noobs attempting ...
... Research and experimentation discovered that fire actually promotes reproduction of these giant trees because it clears away the competing firs and cedars and exposes bare mineral soil for the tiny seeds to take root.
Tomorrow, 9/23, we will be heading to Bakersfield, CA for a couple of days and then we will visit Palm Springs.
Enjoy the pictures everyone....they say it all.
... east through vast farm lands hit by the last few years drought - reservoirs lacking water and our first tumbleweed rolled across the road - just like the films. We hit a grocery store on the edge of a small town to pick up supplies and were accused of stealing and threatened with the police so headed for the safety of the supermarket next door for Cliff to lead up his traditional holiday trolley dash. It was great to see ...