Yosemite Ridge Resort
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- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... restaurant - Buckmeadows Restaurant. Wow, what a surprise this place turned out to be. Very friendly staff, fantastic food, old style decor, big meals, even bigger beers in 'frozen' goblets, and to top it off very reasonable priced. This was one of the best meals we had in our whole time in the USA. Everyone loved it - we snuck home in the dark trying to avoid the bears and went straight to sleep, ready for a big day at Yosemite to ...
... had to grit our teeth and dig in at parts of the trail. Eventually though, we were rewarded with panoramic views from the very edge of the falls. Standing atop a mountain that I had just climbed, with the rushing water thundering under my feet, I was mesmerised, not only by the distance we had climbed, but by the sheer majesty of the place. Yosemite is beauty personified and super-sized. Everything here is gargantuan, from the towering redwoods that shelter the ...
... and did the Valley Walk up past Mirror Lake which is more of a Mirror Meadow now. Onwards to a crossing of the Merced River where we took a swim and wondered whether this was the Farr's swimming spot. Went a roundabout route to our swimming spot. Zut alors another family there. They were good fun and doing a lot if jumping in off rocks as well. Nearly fell of our rock when the mum caught a water snake. About 3 foot long and really wriggly. Ruth ...
... visitors a year to the park. As we drove along I tool lots of photos down the road of trees - will probably end up deleting most of them.
Next stop somewhere we wouldn't have known to go to if we went without Glen. Ahwahnee Lodge a grand old hotel built 100 years ago. Most of is is concrete (or as Glen says seeeeement) stained, very accurately, to look like red ceder. It was very grand. Had a HUGE day room and HUGE dining room each ...
... Valley, David led us down an easy path to Lower Yosemite Falls. It is a beautiful walk, seeing the falls a bit differently as you get closer. Along the way we saw plenty of squirrels and a robin. We were so happy to be there at a time when there was still falling water. We were told in a few weeks Yosemite Falls would be dry.