The Cub Inn Bed & Breakfast
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... until it got a bit boggy and walked on the opposite side of the river until we managed a crossing over some logs to be re-united as a family.
Sinead decided to walk on the road whilst I took the kids on the trail. Within 100m we’d lost Sinead and I’d missed the turning. We walked on and were soon lost. Isabel was so sharp. She pointed out that the river was now going in the opposite direction so we should follow it back to where it meets ...
... to be irrigated due to drought conditions.
The landscape then starts to climb up through the Diablo Range of hills which are quite dramatic as everything is so dry at the moment. The road eventually drops down by a reservoir soon after which we stop for drinks and to change driver. Moving on the road climbs again into the mountains to the small one street town of Mariposa. The frontages look a bit like an old cowboy town in style. We stop and have ...
... day ...now truly exhausted ...heavy 9hour drive to Vegas through "Death Valley " in searing heat expected to be around 125degrees Fahrenheit ! ....I just hope we don't breakdown ! ...'cos I am beginning to have one myself ! Trev xxx ............................. Ok, we need to mention the Bears! Even before we got here, when we did our research we read about the Bears at Yosemite! When we arrived, lots of instructions were given... DO NOT LEAVE ANYTHING ...
Today we saw the amazing Sequioa trees of Yosemite. Over 100 metres tall & 2000 years old, they are another reminder of the amazing creation we live in. There are so few left that it was a privelage to see them.
THe long drive then to San Fran where we have 3 nights including a night tour to Alcatraz, a baseball game & bus tour around the city.
... with all the people in our tour. We are surprised how nice everyone is and how everyone gets along. It's very comforting, especially seeing as though Carol and I are the only 2 that know each other, everyone else is solo travellers.
Oh, and we have a thanksgiving dinner booked together for Vegas :) !
Anyway, cant wait for you all to see this, and the photos. Yosemite is the best thing ...