Yosemite Pines RV Resort and Family Lodging
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So far on our trip, we’ve found that we’re happier and more relaxed when we don’t spend much time researching our destinations and just let everything happen (for the most part). We’ve had so many cool experiences and met some great people, so we’ve tried to handle each stop this way. But sometimes not having a plan …
... Vernal Falls? If so, the much-anticipated and hyped strenuous hike and mesmerising views were severely lacking in our eyes. However, upon reading the map, we realised that we were merely at the halfway point and so began our climb again. It was at this point that the breathtaking scenery began to reveal itself. Although all of Yosemite is picture perfect, inviting you into a constant cycle of pause, be overwhelmed by beauty, take a snap.... Move on, be even ...
... and mainly of tree trunks with lots of Art Deco bits of painted walls and Art Deco glass. Best of all a Roaring Twenties cocktail bar where we sat at desk height and discussed the perfect G&T with the cocktail maestro. There is also a great booth off to the right that would be great for a splash out girlie trip- any volunteers?
Good food and attentive service. Home to Stetford children asleep in bed. Great.
Day 2 of our ...
... place. He has been doing tours of Yosemite for 9 years and has 6 kids in his blended family lots of grand kids and 2 great grand kids. He has a ranch near Fresno at 2000ft. We were mostly above 4000 in Yosemite.
Eventually picked up the other family at Ceder Lodge. They were a grand mother, mother and 2 kids from LA booked on the Valley Tour. From Ceder lodge up pretty mountain roads towards the park entrance. Before we actually got ...
... a walk was planned after our meal---a chance to work off some of those calories! David led us on a tour of the Pioneer Yosemite History Center, a village commemorating the early settlers of Yosemite Valley. Oddly, the highlight for me was spotting a tiny gopher coming out of his burrow but as I tried to photograph him, he made himself scarce.