Americas Best Value Inn Yosemite-Oakhurst
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... Then it got dry with golden hills. Mariposa road was not as impressive as usual. Merced river was a big creek only. After checking in at Cedar lodge we drove straight towards Glacier point. There are hardly any waterfalls and the ones there are do not carry a lot of water. But the view from Glacier Point with Half Dome is still very ...
... What's amazing is that even though it's a valley floor it's at 4,000 feet above sea level, as is where we are staying (Wawona), and the cliff faces and water falls rise up another 3,000 feet.
Definitely a place to visit all year around, they even have a ski centre.
... I can do it! So off I went. And I immediately started crying because it was EXACTLY as scary as I had thought it would be. Finally I got across to him, and he said ‘Well done you! You’re so brave!" and I said "Ian I hate you why did you think I could do that?” and he said, in confusion, “I didn’t. I was waving goodbye and then you started to cross.”
But it was worth it, once I was there. The views across the valley were – ...
... And lots of joyful wildlife. I think word of mouth must have been spread first by the birds and then by the small rodents ... Have you heard, have you heard ... They've all gone ... No, really, I am not kidding, come and see. And so they all do, the coyotes, the raccoons, the deer, the bears and mountain lions - slowly at first; suspiciously in case this is a scam by the squirrels and ravens. And then getting more and more confident; running in and out of Curry camp. Playing ...
... minute decision, we decided to stop at the visitor center at Mono Lake, which is just a couple of minutes north of the turn off to Yosemite. Luckily we did stop as the Ranger told us they had just opened the road minutes before we walked in. We turned around and went the way we had planned to and so glad we did as it was just gorgeous. There was snow on the side of the road, the mountains were covered and the tree branches had snow on them as well. Alex was so ...