BEST WESTERN Exeter Inn & Suites
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and already outnumber any that we thought about seeing in Mariposa Grove yesterday. The walk to General Sherman was downhill, and we even saw the "footprint" of the base of the tree nearby. HUGE! Then we took approximately a two mile hike on the Congress Trail. This trail was not quite as busy, (weeding out those who didn't want to hike) and here we were able to see clusters of sequoias, including "The Senate" and "The House" that had followed "The President", ...
... waded in the cold Merced River (and tried to clean out our Keens/Chacos that are quite smelly by now!) We had a picturesque view of the Upper Yosemite Falls from the river. Our next stop was Wawona, at the south end of Yosemite (about an hour away). There we saw a Pioneer Village with several historic buildings that had been relocated from various points in the park. There was a blacksmith, and the kids were mesmerized. We purchased ...
... rabbits, different kind of squirrels and colorful birds it was time for the bears: Suddenly in a small grassland in the middle of the forest close to the street we saw a black bear. We immediately stopped the car and took out the camera to take some photos. While doing this we realized it were in fact two young bears playing with each other. As the place was located in a curve we drove after a while to the other side to see them even more closely (50 m). ...
... you could see how far down their four-year drought has dropped the water level.
Arriving at Sequoia National Park, the Rangers gave us maps and a newspaper with lots of pertinent facts about the Park. Sequoia was the second National Park to be established in 1890 (the first being Yellowstone in 1872). It was established to protect the Sequoia trees. These trees are the ...
They are doing roadworks and have the road closed for an hour at a time so we planned our run to the world's biggest tree very carefully, until we came across a parking lot in the middle of the highway. We pulled over in a designated parking spot and walked back to see what all the fuss was about, nothing exciting just a mother bear and a couple of cubs! They were twenty metres from the side of the road and generally ignoring us unless you were ...