The Cub Inn Bed & Breakfast
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... after an awful night's sleep due to being baked to death ,like some crossant for breakfast, I finally couldn't stand any more and went for a shower ...feeling a little better we went for breakfast ...even more of a horror than being baked the night before ! We set off on a couple of trails, one to "Mirror Lake" and another to "Lower Yosemite Falls" ...a 7k trek , taking on board as much water,like some dehydrated camel, we returned to the car and set off ...
... the way. The trail was all paved and gently rose up then down. People of all ages & types were enjoying this wonderful place that belongs to us all.
We saw a 30 minute movie about how the park was formed over the centuries including how many people dedicated their lives to making these parks accessible to the public over the last 150 years.
It is really amazing how small you feel amongst ...
... The path was paved all the way and unfortunately the falls were dry, but the squirrels and blue jays kept us entertained over lunch. We then decided to do the walk to Columbia Rock on the way to the top of the falls. This was a stone lined path that zig zagged up the hill via rocky switchbacks. The rocks were granite covered in sand which made it very treacherous. Despite the clearly obvious path, Nick had to stop a young girl ...
The penultimate day started around 6.10am for 7.10am leave. Horse riding and 3mile round trek was on the agenda for me today. We got to the horse stables around 8 am after Emily had dropped myself, Zoe, Claire, Ros, Dani and Michelle off, the rest where doing a long trek up the mountain. Signed in paid $65 and quick safety briefing before we met our horses for the next 2 hours. Mine was beaut called Shirley ...
Woke early to catch the first rays of the sun into the valley and returned at 7:30am to get tickets for "The Grand Tour" as we figured that was the best way for us to see the highlights of Yosemite in one day. Daisy was already in the line and we had to hurry because we had to meet the tour bus at 8:45 at Yosemite lodge a few minutes drive from where we were.
Turned out to be a good decision. First stop was up ...