BEST WESTERN Exeter Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... lone sequoia. This walk/drive through the grove met and exceeded our expecations of a sequoia grove. There really is no way to comprehend how large and tall these trees really are! One fascinating thing that we have learned is that the cones are really quite small, and the seeds inside the cones are about the size of an oatmeal flake. Just like we must have the faith of a mustard seed, great and mighty things can come from the smallest and seemingly ...
... made from a horseshoe that had shoed a horse of back country ranger. (It has a nice sound, too!) We thought this was an authentic souvenir that also supports the education programs at Yosemite! Before getting on the shuttle to Mariposa Grove, we ate sandwiches and chugged some water from our cooler. The Mariposa Grove is going to be closed for several years starting July 6 for restoration. Research has shown that parking and ...
... by picnickers, they spend most of their time near their burrow. At our picnic spot at Hospital Rock, we spot some massive burrows with lots of entrances.
After a great lunch, we explore the pictographs at Hospital Rock and take a short walk (which the CCC constructed) down to the river’s edge. Archeologists have determined that evidence found in the area proves it was once occupied by approximately 500 Native Americans as far back as 1350 A.D.
From there it was a short drive to our accommodation where we checked in and headed around the corner to the market in the next village, Lodgepole, as it was touted as having the best lunches and supplies. This would be true mid season, but with one week in the season left the cafe was closed and stocks were being run down so we headed back to Wuksachi lodge for lunch, where once again Nick got special attention form our waiter, if only the waitresses showed ...
... lives have on Mother Earth. I talked with a few people on Moro Rock, most of them were from Asia and then two couples from France. Mostly, I took selfies. And also wished everyone I knew could have been there. It was pretty peaceful.
I drove back into Three Rivers and checked into my hotel. I then decided to go get some food, so I walked down the road for dinner. I met two nice men from Holland, whom I would see again on the trail the next day. I tucked ...