The Cub Inn Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... we sat and had lunch in the shade next to the Merced River at Housekeepers Camp after which we pressed on to our lodgings for the night, Yosemite Ridge Resort, about a 45 mins drive away from the valley. On the drive out of the park the devastation of last years Rim Fire became evident. Swathes of forest had been burned away and just about every track into the forest was closed due to the fire. Yosemite Ridge Resort was a camping with some small bungalows/cabins. We checked in, ...
... hurt from gazing up at the beautiful views around at all angles and heights and we feel truly blessed to have been able to experience such a wonderful place.
Two final events rounded off this amazing part of the holiday: 1. Or friendly raccoon came to pay us a visit and we were able to take photos while he guzzled on leftover sodas and the contents of brown paper bags.2. I found a Hawaii number plate! Yes!
States added: Alaska, Kansas, West Virginia, North Dakota, Ohio, Hawaii. New count 43
... east through vast farm lands hit by the last few years drought - reservoirs lacking water and our first tumbleweed rolled across the road - just like the films. We hit a grocery store on the edge of a small town to pick up supplies and were accused of stealing and threatened with the police so headed for the safety of the supermarket next door for Cliff to lead up his traditional holiday trolley dash. It was great to see ...
... gift shop we purchased Yosemite NP tee shirts and a Christmas ornament, then headed to our room to take off our shoes and relax with a glass of wine. Sitting on the patio we enjoyed watching the ground squirrels who had a burrow nearby. I put a couple of almonds at the hole and watched. When they had disappeared a while later we thought the squirrel had taken them but when I threw another out, suddenly a Steller's ...
... growing evermore anxious to get off the spire. The clouds still looked threatening and he was now by himself on the narrow spire. So I repositioned, took a deep breath, and grunted my way across the line. Soon, I fell into a rhythm: push up the right jumar, then step in the aider and simultaneously push up the second. Then repeat and count to 20, counting for each movement. Then ...