49er RV Ranch
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Today travelled to Yosemite National Park. Awe inspiring place that is. We did as every other tourist did - posed and took hundreds of photos. (I have yet to work out how to post pics from this iPhone, ). Heading north with Truckee as our destination. Finding accommo was a mission, every place we tried was booked, ...
... in the foreground, bleaching into a hazier blue-ish colour of the mountains further away. All of this, however, has nothing on Yosemite Valley, the seven mile strip of land either side of the Merced River and sitting at the heart of the National Park. Trust me when I say that even the most gushing adjectives will not cut it. The photos attached don't give you a good enough sense of the scale of the place. The valley floor (carved from ...
... you might think of Sturbridge Village MA, or Williamsburg, PA. We parked the car (only horses allowed in the park) and sauntered up to the J. Douglass Saloon.
After lunch we toured Main Street and engaged in some (shh...) souvenir purchasing. I won't say what we bought but George approved of what we got for Molly - our real dog back home. Satisfied with our little side trip we hopped back in the car and ...
After a great breakfast we said our goodbyes and headed to show Monica and Marcelo a little bit of California history in the Gold Country. We headed to Columbia. We rode the old stagecoach and were held up by the most dull bandit ever. We continued to explore town having a beer ...
Apparently pronounced yo-sem-itty! On the way to the park we passed a field that had such a strange mixture of animals we had to pull over to enjoy the free zoo! In the same field there were water buffalo, mules, American bison, llamas, ostriches and Texas longhorn! All the best of friends :D We went straight to the national park to walk a little ...