Yosemite Lakes RV Resort
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04/13 Sunset Beach (Watsonville) – Yosemite Lakes RV Park
In the early morning we were glad to have a gas heating in our trailer, since we were not able to use the electric space heater – this campground had no hook-ups. After breakfast I was getting the RV ready for today's trip as a sheriff officer approached me, asking …
As a child my dad was a Thousand Trails RV resort member, although we always camped in our tent trailer. We stayed at Yosemite Lakes once a year, sometimes twice. Later in my childhood, they had built a yurt village. So, if we happened to visit in the winter, we'd end up staying in those. I guess it's come full circle now. I'm now staying in a yurt …
Thomas was up early and as Isabel was still sleeping, I took him out to explore. We walked down into the forest and Thomas lead the way. We saw squirrels and skunks and it was great to be out exploring. We climbed rocks trying to get our bearings and eventually Thomas found the road leading back to the condo.
We got back and cooked up a hearty adventurers breakfast fry up and headed off to explore Glacier point. It is a famous view point looking ...
... years back and now lived there, permanently. They happily sat puffing away on their patio outside their trailer while we settled in for the night. We had a bit of a noisy night as the park was right next to the main road with all the trucks that drove through the night came through on. We woke the next morning around 8am and began packing up after breakfast to head to another one of our big stops on the map, San Francisco, a good 3 hour drive ...
Further up there was a huge dead Sequoia that spanned the entire path (it was a pretty wide path too) which had an arch cut into it, so you had to actually walk through the tree! So cool.
But even better, was up the road, where a massive Sequoia had fallen over. It must have been there a while because it was completely dead and dry, but it was also hollow, and we were allowed to crawl through the centre of the tree! It was so beautiful!
We looped around ...