Yosemite Rose Bed & Breakfast
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... every house done in a similar style. Great to see, even if the kids weren't that impressed! We then set the GPS for the long drive out toward Yosemite National Park. Our accommodation for the night was due to be at the Yosemite Westgate Lodge, about an hour from the Yosemite valley. The drive out took a little less than three hours, along some of the narrowest and scariest roads imaginable - Ginny was having conniptions in the ...
... a close range, was an incredible feeling.
As our scenic drive came to a close, we eventually wound our way back to the valley floor and headed to. Bridalveil Falls - one of the most photographed and spectacular waterfalls in the park. It cascades as a mist over the edge of a ledge high up in the mountainside and then falls in a fine spray to the pool below. Sometimes, on a windy day, the spray is blown from side to side and makes a ribbon of water as it falls. However, today it ...
So with slightly heavy hearts we packed up and left SF and the Canadian food film crew and the surprising chill that is the SF summer. We'd all enjoyed the laid back friendly city and it seemed like we'd been there for ages. So we headed south to collect cars and on to the Gilroy Premium Outlet Mall for serious shopping. Satnav proved tricky and after resetting from Spanish we found our way to San Jose which was a shame as we ...
... climber finally made it over. While we were there we observed a peregrine falcon in flight.
Our next stop was Bridal Veil Falls and it was very beautiful. We walked a short but fairly steep trail up to a higher viewpoint but the sun was so intense it was difficult to photograph ...
... Ben joined.
Ben ascending the final feet to the summit of the Lost Arrow Spire
Though we were all psyched to make it to the top of the climb, we knew the hardest part was yet to come—setting up the Tyrolean. None of us had done this before, and there were some ominous clouds threatening our picnic. Tension rose between us as we knew we had to set up ...