Tin Lizzie Inn

Address: 7730 Laurel Way, Fish Camp, California, 93623, United States | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 7730 Laurel Way, Fish Camp, is near Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad and Pioneer Yosemite History Center.
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      Travel Blogs from Fish Camp

      Yosemite Day 25

      A travel blog entry by scurrington on Sep 19, 2014

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      ... we all couldn't stop laughing and smiling. Shirley had me in stitches. After finishing and walking like we had and accident for five minutes we head for the shuttle bus to the walking trek we would be doing. The bus seemed to take for ever and looped back towards the stables, would have been a lot quicker to walk. We got to the trail start, 1.5 going up to the water fall, 1.5 coming down. We all thought ...


      A travel blog entry by glowe on Sep 08, 2014

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      ... the view when we got there. We were 7200 feet high and it was breathtaking! The fires where still going on below us so there was a bit of smoke but the mountings were still clearly visible. You can go off road a little and sit on some rocks near the edge which was worth it, somewhere you could sit and take in the views in this peaceful environment.

      We then decided to drive back to the main road and head to Yosemite valley. Again this ...

      Exploring Yosemitie national park

      A travel blog entry by hemingwayfamily on Aug 19, 2014

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      First we went to see the Sequoias at Mariposa grove, unfortunately you can't drive through one anymore but it was still amazing to see how big they were. It was also interesting as it's the same wood our new kitchen doors are made from. We saw a fallen one that was over 200 years old. Throughout the day we saw various animals including Marmots, blue jays, chipmunks and deer which Ruby really enjoyed! Unfortunately ...

      Toulumne, Yosemite

      A travel blog entry by happyronin on Jul 14, 2014

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      ... an eye on the socks, I ended up burning the socks which created holes...Bummer!

      The third day, I started the morning off right! When I opened my contact case to put my eyeballs in, I couldn't believe there was no left contact! Where that contact is, I will never know, but luckily I carry extras;)

      After that little mishap, Ben and I went back to Dozier Dome. We saw 2 other groups leaving the rock due to incoming storms that ...

      Finding Balance in Yosemite Valley

      A travel blog entry by benandlindsey on Jun 01, 2014


      ... many tales to share with us. Sometimes, Camp 4 can bring so much color to one’s Yosemite experience!

      The thuggish off-widths of NE Buttress begged for another rest day. This meant more work in the Yosemite Lodge cafeteria and more sneaking French fries off abandoned trays. Common, if you’re going to climb in Yosemite, you might as well live the dirt-bag lifestyle, ...