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Travel Blogs from Midpines
... unloaded and took the bus down to the visitor’s center. From there, we set out on our hike to the Lower Falls. It was a short little hike, not really a hike, more of a walk, which I was fine with. Matthew found a baby deer on the way to the falls and was the only one out of a big group of people that saw it. Auntie Stacey confirmed the sighting.
The waterfall was really cool to look at up close. Even cooler was the fact that we got to dip our feet in at the bottom. ...
What We Saw:
Bridal Veil Falls-the kids climbed the rocks to an upper area. It was hot! Falls were more misty due to it being summer.
Mariposa Grove-first place we went. Emmett was pretty terrible! Think altitude was taking its toll on him. We parked near Wawona Hotel and took shuttle. Only viewed the lower grove as next one was two miles away and that was NOT happening with Emmett! He finally calmed down. We were very lucky to be ...
... haben wir nicht gesehen, aber sie vielleicht uns?
As we left Sequoia National Park in the early evening we drove immediately to Yosemite National Park, where already bears were welcoming us - this time raccoons. They had realized that some family left the pizzeria without finishing their pizzas. This was a nice dinner for the clever raccoons. On the next morning we went through the park and made a small hiking ...
... wanted this event to be so special that he forbade cameras in the room. That tradition continues – they asked for no electronic devices and no cameras. I took a cell phone and a camera in my purse but was nervous about using them. Not taking pictures was killing me.
There was a cocktail party at 5 pm in the hotel’s Great Room, with two piano players leading a sing-along caroling event. Everyone looked dandy in their duds. At 6 pm, trumpets heralded ...
... lunch and headed across the park to Mirror Lake. This trail (believe me, I checked) was not nearly as strenuous and only a mile and a half long (as opposed to our four mile uphill battle). But our "dogs were barking" at this point so we took it pretty slow! We were excited to see this beautiful lake which claimed to have the best views of all of the surrounding mountains reflecting from its surface. Unfortunately they wait until you arrive at the end of the trail (the ...
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