Rancho Bernardo Bed & Breakfast
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... we waited a few minutes, there was sure to be one going the other way. So we chickened out and took the shuttle for the last 5 miles. Once we were on the shuttle, it was apparent that the road had been resurfaced just past where we were, and that all the switchbacks were inland, with only one sharp curve on the edge of a drop-off. We could've done it on the bike after all.
Glacier Point was all it was cracked up ...
... Once we passed the gate for Yosemite National Park, I was in a national park for the very first time! We stopped in at the Information Center to find out about the Junior Ranger program, which Matthew may explore tomorrow. We also bought him a flyer that talked about all the animals in the park.
Next we drove up further into the park. We stopped at another scenic point to take pictures and have our first sighting of the park. From this spot, we had a really great view of ...
... right in the middle of the trail and they did not clean it up! Once all that chaos was done we went on our hike to the Vernal Falls bridge. It was very steep. It has a 600 foot elevation increase in a mile and a half. We got very tired. When we stopped to have a snack we realized that there was a family of squirrels I the rock wall. It was cool to see the squirrels right next to us. Our way back down was a piece of cake. It was ...
Day 15 by Eden We woke up and ate breakfast. We ate oatmeal because it was a cold morning. After we ate breakfast we cleaned up, hopped in the car and started going to Yosemite National Park. As we were leaving Sequoia we saw a bear! It was eating in a meadow. When we got to Yosemite we stopped at a campsite but they didn't have any spots for us to sleep. We went to another campground and it said no ...
... available viewing car easily. Beat paying the top price for the Gold Star Dome Class. "Adventure Class" was just perfect!
The scenery was gorgeous and there were more clear views of Denali. Three days in a row is evidently pretty rare!
Were able to spot several moose, Trumpeter swans and beaver houses. No bears this day.
I would recommend the train trip over the bus any day even though it takes longer!