Sierra Sky Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... it started to rain as soon as we set off but we soldiered on and the rest of the party sheltered under a bridge before resuming raft building activities Waterfalls route was steep but spectacular. Dan did well on the unguarded steps section and kept going. The view from the top was worth it although the industrial sound of rock breaking as the water landed below ...
We drove and drove it seemed today...although...really not THAT many miles per say. We pulled into the infamous Mobil station where apparently...they have such good food that the folks who work at Yosemite come OUT to eat there. All I know is gas was $4.89 a gallon!!! We were amazingly lucky I think to not only find a camping spot in Yosemite...but, they didn't even charge us for it. I think Joanna's quickly flashing eyelashes dazed poor Brian and he ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...