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... Came back and gathered up crackers and cookies. And anything else that we probably weren't going to eat anyway. They live right down the street in Merced. They also know how lucky they are to live in such a beautiful place. All good kids for sure...the folks on the other side are from Vermont..and real nice as well. Right down the street is the Maraposa Grove with some of the nicest Sequoias around...can' wait, Glacier Point was awesome as always...awe-inspiring I should ...
... abound. The bath is so big it could fit 3 people in - I've asked Sarah and her reply suggests that it probably won't be proved. Sarah decides to pop to the spa for some work on her face whilst I spend the next hour filling the bath and looking around for 2 guests (only joking!) As I'm doing this I notice a nice and very unusual touch - a marble container of frankincense with a spoon. Frankincense apparently promotes spirituality and calm and relieves stress and anxiety but how much ...
... park is gorgeous and Kings
Canyon is spectacular. The road twists
and turns up the mountain, then down the other side into the canyon. We stopped along the river and dunked our
feet in the icy cold water. Next it was
on to Yosemite. We stayed in Oakhurst,
which is about 30 miles outside the south gate of Yosemite. Once again, it was very narrow roads ...
... As was suggested to us, we took the drive up to what is apparently the best viewing area in the park, Glacier Point, where it is also the best place to watch the sun setting. It is at an elevation of over 7300ft and nearly all of the park can be seen from here. In the middle of this vista is a series of waterfalls, including Bridalveil Fall which we'd been at the foot of soon after entering the park. They must have been at least five miles away and we ...
... kept hearing a helicopter and we didn't think you could fly inside the park then Terry noticed it looked like they were doing a rescue. Homeward bound before taking more pictures of El Capitan, Yosemite Falls and Merced River.
Some interesting info we found out about Yosemite is that Galen Clark campaigned back in 1857 for the Yosemite Valley and Mariposa Grove (Giant Sequoias) to be protected. In 1864 during the height of the Civil War President Lincoln ...