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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... of the engineer in charge!) which blocked off the Merced River and essentially flooded the entire valley floor. According to the various signs around the place, this lake provides San Francisco with millions of gallons of water every day. Bearing in mind San Fran is over 300 miles from here, that's no small task. Anyway, the pictures say it all - the place is beautiful. A ...
... 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 ...
... to the car it had also warmed up quite a bit, so we headed off up the Tioga Road to try and find somewhere nice for lunch. What we found was Lake Tenaya, very few people around, crystal clear water and (of course) spectacular views of Tenaya Peak (and, in the distance, Half Dome). And that was pretty much it for the day - it was so nice that we decided to stay put after our picnic lunch and enjoy the water and the cooler temperatures (we were at about 8,000 ...
... see the giant secoya trees. They were seriously huge, and over a thousand years old at least. One of the huge trees had fallen a very long time ago and the core had rotted out so you could crawl all the way through it! I didn't attempt that as I'd get closterphobic and it was very long! There was also a giant secoya that used to be the old ...