The Cub Inn Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... of the trees and visitors can go along it by an open top tram. It made one feel very small among these gigantic ancient trees. Even the roots of the fallen trees were were amazing to look at writhedand tangled like snakes.
That was only a small part of the storyof Josemite, a deep glaciated valley, the bedrock of whi ch is granite. A naturalist guide took us through part of the floor ...
... other. Pretty brave of them in my opinion because it was high and whilst there we saw a couple of guys chicken out of the jump. (One guy did do a backflip though which was pretty impressive). It was great tummy tingley fun to do and gave a us super adreneline boost. Being fairly remote there was only one restuarant to choose from so in we went for our evening meal. The hamburgers were really good. We then played a game of American Shuffleboard in the bar afterwards which was a lot of ...
... to the valley floor. This event captivated the people who came to visit and became one of the enduring memories of people who holidayed and worked in the area for years after witnessing it.
The film was an excellent introduction to the valley and the camp, and enabled us to get a real sense of perspective about the history of the place we had chosen to spend our time. Following the film's ending, we headed to the grocery store to buy some snacks for dinner, which we ...
... as Margaret's daughters were busy and so on.
James TR and his other half Emily (who is a photographer and actor and a really keen walker). Emily is sending us her photos and as well as her camera she carried much more kit than the rest of us and she earned the nickname "Sherpa". James TR had the biggest bag as he had to carry kit and educational stuff to do his "interpretive" campfire talks each evening and also all his ...