Yosemite's Ravensbrook Bed & Breakfast
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... We fueled up on some ice cream before heading out for our hike (it is better for everyone if we keep Carolina's blood sugar stable!!) and made our way to the meadows to see the Soda Springs (carbonated water coming from the ground), Parsons Memorial Lodge (built by the Sierra Club in the early 1900's) all with a view of Lembert Dome in the background. These views were just as beautiful and inspiring as those from the Tunnel View and the bottom of the valley. ...
... the sun was blazing, the skies were blue and the scenery was beautiful. I felt so relaxed. We then went on a little walk and then headed to curry village for a chill out. We all had to meet back at the visitors centre by 3.45 as it's a forty minute drive back to camp and Luke, Sofia and Zoe are cooking Luke's Australian specially of rissoles basically a fancy way of saying homemade burgers. As we headed back to camp ...
... the mountain above us - an eerie, humbling sight.
Eventually got into the park and with great relief were told that we could get through to Curry Village. So after about 10 1/2 hours in the car we finally arrived. After checking in we grabbed a quick pizza and bear in the buzzing Curry Village centre then headed for our tents.
The tents were exactly as we'd imagined them from various summer camp movies. Exhausted we hopped into our beds to dream of the ...
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... twisty road in some spots (about 30 km).
We made fairly good time, stopping for lunch at a Carl's Jrs (our first time eating there) and arriving around 2pm. Uneventful and not really scenic drive. Our hostess, Ginger, had a very lovely newly built home. She had lots of cats and one crazy pug, as well as assorted birds and hummingbirds flying around the property. Heard coyotes yipping in the evening, and I woke up around 5am ...