Yosemite Bed And Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... they are than big trees in our garden ( I think they are more than twice as high but girls disagree). Drive back and stop at sentinel beach and then pick up food from curry village. See baby deers in car par including baby crying for mum! Stop to have food and then head home for **** TV ( bear grylls programme actually at yosemite and American ninja warrier!). Yosemite is amazing. The views, the wildlife, the light and clarity of air ...
... Twice the size of the Empire State. As we were finding the foot of the waterfall we saw the most stunning scene of a dear in its natural habitat eating away (see pic!) we managed to get so close to it too. Next was Bridalveil Fall, where the mist resembles a bridal veil hence the name. Last points of call were Sentinel Dome and Glacier Point, mainly known for their ...
... hear the roar of the water crashing over the ridge and down to the valley floor. Now what Elaine and I hadn't accounted for was the fact that as was drove higher and higher up to the viewing point the temperature was getting lower and lower, and was as low as just 10 degrees at one time, not great when you're only wearing shorts and t-shirts... Doh...!!! Still, it was a small price to pay for the amazing things we were seeing. Now, it was around ...
... on the carry-on. We just have to get there.
The next couple of days will be spent tying up some loose ends at home to make sure the house will be livable when we get home. One forgotten trash can or fridge item could really be nasty after nearly a month away. We head to So. Cal. tomorrow to visit our Boys and their families. The bittersweet part will be seeing Shawn only briefly before he heads off to Kuwait in defense ...
... making this the longest we have stayed anywhere in the States. My body clock seems to have sorted itself as I woke at a normal time today (actually I stirred at 6am when the fountain outside started). We had enough supplies to create a packed lunch so after breakfast we were away through the now re-opened park. Wawona is 25 miles but almost an hour's drive from the valley bottom as the road twists up 1,000 feet and then down 2,000 feet. Half way to ...