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... not us. (When I asked the kids today what they loved about our week, they both talked about this!) We then learned how to turn on the heat and we were very comfortable from then on. But, when we woke, our view, when we went out for our morning coffee and tea, was spectacular and totally made up for our cold night. We were in Yosemite Valley and all we could see above us were granite cliffs. Beautiful. That day, we went for ...
... we were about to leave the parking lot we saw something much bigger, something that 100% paid off our entry fee – black bear! In fact, it wasnīt only one but two of them – mom with his cub. We couldnīt believe our eyes. There were a few signs around the parking lot warning tourists against the black bears (“active bear area”), but we just laughed at those until we saw this cute pair of bears. Since black bears are attracted by human food ...
... charging plugs in every seat, so no withdrawal symptoms for John.
Saw a stand of gum trees, but no monarch butterflies. We went over the San Andres fault line. Stopped at Casa de Fruto for our morning stop – heaps of dried nuts, fresh fruit etc. Patrice bought 2 packets of flavoured pistachio nuts and handed them around for ...
... 3-0). We entered the park vowing to "make the most of" the weather and our surroundings. Well, well, well, weren't we in for a surprise... in a very good way.We had only secured a spot for Wednesday and Thursday nights, hoping for a first-come first-served spot on Friday and Saturday. We have been consistently surprised at how jam packed the National Parks are during any given day of the week or week of the month. It's a good thing - it means they are ...
I have been on many a mountain road but the road after you enter Sequoia from CA 198 takes top honors. You steadily climbed in elevation from 1000 feet to 7000 while you are twisting & turning & twisting & turning & twisting & turning. It is not a road for the faint of heart! Once you hit the Museum & first area of major sequoia trees, the driving becomes much easier.