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Travel Blogs from Horseshoe Bend
'I try to live my life where I end up at a point where I have no regrets. So I try to choose the road that I have the most passion on because then you can never really blame yourself for making the wrong choices. You can always say you're following your passion.'
Today is an exciting day. I just received a text from my mobile network saying: 'Hey there, World Traveller! World Traveller is now active on your account- great choice. ...
... Japanese Tea Garden, all their gorgeous parks, the beaches and the Arts Museum.
Upon staying a few days in the city, we realized that, if we wanted to move around and get to see other cities and destinations in Northern California, it maybe was a better idea to stay in another city with a lower cost of living. Since San Francisco is such a beautiful city, and it’s insanely popular among tourists, it can be very pricy, especially ...
We left our campsite this morning around 7:00 and returned about 5:00 tonight.
A few interesting facts about Yosemite National Park;
It is 1,190 sq. miles.
The highest peak is Mount Lyell at 13,114 ft.
It is designated as a World Heritage site.
We arrived at our Escapees Park Sierra today - another nicely laid-out, terraced RV Park built by volunteers. We were led to our site, got settled, and Then I packed up a bunch of laundry and headed to the laundry room. While our laundry ...
... ears and ultimately that it was in fact a deer.
On our way out of Yosemite we stopped off to look at the Marisopa Grove which contains about 500 giant Sequoias (Californian Redwood trees to you and me). They are apparently one of the largest things living on Earth. We hiked to the Grizzly Giant, one of the oldest and largest trees in the world, and California Tunnel Tree, cut in 1895 to allow coaches to pass through it. We ...