June Lake Pines Cottages
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- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Refrigerator in room
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from June Lake
... own comfort. (Everything around here is organic and healthy, with recycling bins and organic matter bins everywhere you go!) As we started up and realized that the roads were very steep and winding with huge drop offs, we decided we better obey so that our engine wouldn't overheat!! (It was in the 90's now!) Mom would have absolutely hated the drive, but it was full of beautiful views! At the valley of a mountain was a huge lake that was at least 50 yards below normal. So sad to see ...
... see at this point but everything was closed. Luckily had some pasta in out bag and an oxo cube, so we cranked up the stove. The stove got a little out of hard and seems to have a mind of its own. Flames grew round the pan so we grabbed the pan and turned the cooker off. Still unsure whether the stove didn't work or it was our fault. A little scary non the less. The stove now has taken residence in a food locker 5 metres from ...
... the better! Reaching the bottom, exhausted again I had a rest for 45 mins or so, before doing a smaller trek, again I don't know why I decided to do more. I thought it was going to be flat but it wasn't, a 2 mile round trip this time but I could of really done without it, all just to see a waterfall up in the mountain! Anyway, after all was done I was a complete goner, drove back, cooked food, showered and tucked into bed nice and early! When I woke I had the day ...
... trail to show us a spot that during spring has some great white water Kayaking. A lovely walk down a creek through sparse pine forest that after about 45 mins dropped into a massive granite bowl polished as smooth as a kitchen counter with hardly a crack in it! The raging white water of the spring time was reduced to a handful of meter deep pot holes and a foot wide trickle. The Dry rock was slippery enough to slide down by itself so the wet rock perfect, and the kids (Leila ...
... on smaller roads as we twisted and turned as we climbed higher. The rise in temperature was immediately noticeable as we left San Franicso's cooler temperatures and the car began to record temperatures of 100 degrees F. Entering Yosemite National Park was a world away from city life - it cost us $20 for a family seven day pass. A popular stopping place for photos was when El Capitan (huge rocky cliff, 3000 ...