Best Western El Grande Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... built a small cabin to live in in 1864. Galen Clark was more responsible that anyone for the protection of the sequoias and was instrumental in the establishment of the Yosemite National Park. In 1853 at the age of 39, Clark contracted a severe lung infection that was diagnosed as tuberculosis. He was given six months to live and was advised to seek fresh mountain air. He moved close to Mariposa Grove and on discovering the majestic site he ...
... stretched about 3 feet off the ground.
Well, we stacked up those slivers of pitch wood into a teepee and when we set a match to it, it literally exploded into flame and burned through that top string in about 2 seconds. We won! But, several other scout troop leaders filed a protest indicating we must have soaked our wood in gasoline or lighter fluid. We were going to be disqualified until we showed the ...
... Italian dinner. She also sold Raincrisps from BC. It was too hot to take too many pictures but with quick trips out of the air conditioned car I managed to take a few pictures for my Sunday PowerPoints. Another trip to the lovely pool to cool off and dinner at the room outside on our terrace. The hotel signature torte au chocolate ended my sweet ...
... shoes and gear.
Finally, we got on our way and left San Francisco for good. We took the Bay Bridge to leave the city and I quickly learned that when in California one must carry cash on them if they are planning on driving the interstate (or at least over the Bay Bridge). Anyway, the attendant at the toll booth seemed baffled that I asked if credit was accepted and gladly presented me with a ticket for ...
Reconnecting with Steve Holderfield and enjoying his desert photographs of the great places in southern Utah and northern Arizona practically compelled me to put this trip into place. The fact that Mike and Tam Wilkinson just bought a fifth wheel and wanted to try it out sealed the deal.
Here's one of Steve's great shots of Bryce
I'll be flying into Vegas on next Monday and meeting up with Mike ...