All Seasons Sugar Pine Resort
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... a beautiful little village last, very isolated. Had a running river/waterfall outside my balcony, was just the best view...again. John Denver used to spend a lot of time here, he was a jerk, according to Al, and was not liked at all. It is also the area that they made the film Wild, with Reece Witherspoon.
the Pine Trees are just enormous, Sugar, Douglas Fur and the Blackoak Pines. We saw a lot of ...
... will be happy. By the time we got to the park bus stop there was a steady light rain. Not much, but it was something.
We went back to the hotel and enjoyed another excellent dinner. One of the traditions of the Ahwahnee Dining Room is to dress up a bit for dinner. It isn't formal but they don't allowing hiking gear, tee shirts or the like. It really is an elegant atmosphere and the change of clothes was easy. It was a great way to end our day at the park.
... face. We left his talk in awe of his focus and passion for rock climbing and life, however we all agreed rock climbing was not for us.
We headed to out tent and settled for the night. Poor Grace was so anxious about sleeping in the tent that we had to give her some Panadol to help her relax and finally go to sleep. Alex slept with his pocket knife close by and we both had a terrible night’s sleep. Hearing every noise around ...
... a suitable camping spot until around 7:00, though thankfully there was still light to set up everything and cook dinner before it was too dark. By the end, though, it did remind me of when we used to play cricket outside as kids in light that had faded to essentially nothing. Once this was done, there was nothing left to do except crawl inside my tent and temporarily die... or "sleep", as they call it in the classics.
... all in a row, a neon “No Vacancy” sign hanging out in front and wonder, "Who the heck stays there?" Apparently we do because that’s this place. The rooms are each two rooms with a bed in each and a closet-sized bathroom in the middle. The sink is in one of the bedrooms. It’s pretty retro, but charming. All part of the experience. The best part is that in these rooms, my mom and I each get our own bed and room! So in El Mono, we get to sleep el mono! I ...
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