Yosemite Sierra View Bed & Breakfast
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... community of wooden homes and holiday houses built in the forest from the main road.
So through the wooded semi-urban streets to the waterfall trail, where there were NO tables for a picnic, and the only option would have been to lay out the picnic on some bear proof food lockers. No thanks. Jonathan, as is his want, was reading the information board which had a map, and spotted a place about a mile away on the main road which may be nice, ...
... The bus took us to the visitor area, and a short walk from the information centre where Jonathan.... inflicted a short movie on Robyn. It told the story of the park, so was actually information we didn't know.
After walking through a replica of a native American village which described some of their culture, we decided on a walk to the Lower Yosemite Falls. It took us past a yard of mules and horses (smelly) and up an initially steep path, but when we turned left to ...
In the evening we thought about sleeping in Yosemite however after having dinner in the park we decided that as we had lots of food in the truck, it maybe wasn’t the smartest move so headed back to Oakhurst and slept near the McDonalds.
That’s about it for today….apart from almost falling for a scam on an apartment we found on ...
... It's a great gig for a college student on summer break. The reunion of father, son and great uncle makes for a nice family moment. A Kodak moment adapted to modern times with an iPhone and GoPro camera.
When summer's over, Nathan will return home to Fullerton, where he'll complete his studies in Human Development at Hope International University.
After breakfast, we head north on Highway 395, taking a scenic detour ...
... t have the time to make this trip today, so we opted instead to take the CA-198 branch south into Sequoia National Park. It was about 27 miles down CA-198 to the Visitors Center in Sequoia National Park.
CA-198 is called the Generals Highway, and the scenery was beautiful along the way with a few scenic overlooks along the way. But most of the sequoia forest was in the valley below, so there weren't that many near the road. When ...