Vulture's View Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and went for a walk through the valley. We ambled down to the Swinging Bridge, a beautiful spot on the River Merced. We stopped for a paddle in the water. We were soon joined by a friendly duck that Benjamin promptly named Twiddles! We ate lunch perched on a big fallen tree trunk by the river. After some more messing around in the river we walked back through the woods hunting for bears and watching the boys climb the boulders. We walked on past the wooden Yosemite ...
... stories about the park. It was hard to take it all in due to the heat. It was about 35•C. After the tour we decided to take a walk to get a better view of the Yosemite falls. For a while we just stood and watched the last of the water falling over the cliff side. They expected it to dry up within a week. It was very tempting to stand underneath and cool down. We then took a walk to Yosemite Village half expecting to see the short films we had heard ...
... area and sad that many are for sale. We made it to Raymond which consists of the Post Office, General Store and Bar (what else do you need). Sent an envelope to our grandson since it is hand canceled in Raymond (plus we have to keep the Post Office afloat so those retirement checks can keep coming).
WEDNESDAY 5/28-Today we left late because our objective was to make it to the Yosemite Valley Visitor Center and Museum that we were unable to find last ...
... not to die for, but to face death for. We hung about for a while, taking photos and marvelling at how very brave we were to make it all that way in just our flippyfloppies, when it slowly dawned at us that we would have to get down, and it was even scarier being able to see how far you might have to fall. So Ian had another look at the map, and found a different way back – a bit longer, maybe, but away from the waterfall so there wouldn’t be hundreds of people to try ...
... morning it rained with possibilities of more scattered showers and snow in the higher elevations above 7000. It has been awhile since we have seen rain but we thought we would try the park today. It was a nice drive winding roads (of course) with clouds hanging over the mountains as we climbed thru Sierra National Forest towards Yosemite. There was still a little snow on the ground in patches under the trees. Even tho the weather was cool and foggy there was a line ...