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... t pass it by because the opportunity may not present itself again. We live such fast paced lives so we have to train ourselves to be aware and deliberate about staying in the moment. We miss so many opportunities to be a part of the beauty and goodness of this world. Keep watch....and see what happens!
Highway 41/Wawona Road takes you right in to the Yosemite Valley. These massive granite mountains surround you on every side ...
We enjoyed a box lunch picnic in the park. They were packed by the hotel and were better than expected (after last night's poor meal)---sandwich, chips and cookie. We ate with Eric and Sue from Illinois, very nice folks.
After lunch and a short drive we took in an amazing view of Kings Canyon ...
Today we woke up in mariposa outside Yosemite. We cooked
sausage eggs and oatmeal. We would need it. We then drove into the park. The
main road that runs through the park is closed nov thru may. So we went to the
Yosemite valley. We first drove to bridal veil falls which had a lot of water
running off it since it rained last night and it was warm and had a good deal
of snow melt. Then we drove to the trail to vernal falls. We walked around for
an hour looking ...
... painted a varied shade of tan. Brown,brown, brown. We wondered out loud if the residence of this area knew that such green places as north Louisiana exist in real life. This being asked because truthfully it's hard to imagine that something this BROWN exists in the world. We hit the long brown road for Fresno, and it was a very long road, indeed. After we got past the brown, the mountains were truly spectacular, especially at sunset. ...
... is deadwood lying everywhere and its very peaceful much like being in an outdoor cathedral. There was a serious forest fire back in 2008 and you can still see the blackened bark and fire damage to the bases of the trees and many areas where the undergrowth is still recovering. The bark on the Redwoods is so thick it protects them from the intense fires and they eventually recover. We had the wood to ourself for most of the time ate our packed lunch in the dappled shade on ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed