Sierra Sky Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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After another hearty breakfast at the Handlery we checked out and made our way to Alamo to collect our hire car. I seemed to have been nominated first driver by the family so I found myself driving through a very busy San Francisco with David map reading and George getting to grips with the sat nav which for some reason she named Valerie! We left over the Bay Bridge to Oakland on the Interstate 880, then the 580 ...
... of the whole valley. It was breath taking. Yosemite was everything and more than we expected. In every direction there were picturesque scenes whether that be waterfalls, cliff edges or meadows. We took a two hour tour along the valley floor in the baking head. The tour covered the majority of the highlights we wanted to see like bridalville falls, Yosemite falls and the half Dome and much more. The ranger that took the tour was very informative and told us ...
... stopped and taken a photo. This area had almond and pistachio groves and Corn fields. Interesting to see how pistachios grow.
After having taken no photos on the drive from Santa Barbara to San Francisco we decided to stop at every vista point today. There were only two and neither had much of a vista to see. Perhaps the trees had grown since they were set up.
Days Inn Oakhurst was right on highway 41 so we had no ...
... we couldn't quite finish all the onion rings... Adam Richman would be very disappointed with our pitiful effort...!!! We had an amazing day today, and really wish that we could spend a bit more time here in the wonder and majesty that is Yosemite National Park. However, we've crammed a lot in, both visually and gastronomically, in the brief time we were able to spend here. n.b. See separate entry at the end of this blog for additional photographs of Yosemite National ...
... was informative and well displayed. The museum also has a working stamp mill. This is a large machine that processes the ore and after it is stamped "pulverized" it blends with water then runs over copper plates coated with Mercury. The machine is used for demonstrations for group tours. We then decided to take the back roads to a small town called Raymond (since it was Terry's dad and our grandson's name). It was surprising the number of ranches small and large ...