Red Roof Inn Fresno - Yosemite Gateway
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After the full-on experiences of yesterday we hung around The L'Auberge till midday, having a classy breakfast "creek-side" then headed off for our final Camaro 100 miles back to Phoenix airport and the 90 minute flight to Fresno, our stop-over point before heading off to Yosemite tomorrow. Have to say it will be a relief to drop a few degrees in temperature, Fresno matches Phoenix, GC & Sedona at 90-100 averages.
... a park with lakes apparently with bike tracks around them and a beautiful Japanese garden. Off we set in the heat to find the bike track, we found one but not a lake in sight after about 30 minutes Kel acknowledged he might have got it wrong and we found our way back to the RV. We did however find the Japanese garden and it was lovely a wedding was being photographed while we were there. ...
... cool and my body felt active. We jogged about a mile and saw Bertha ahead of us. How in the world did she knew we were here! She made an excited face and yelled, "I want to touch your hair!" Bertha began to chase us so Pakou and I ran for our lives home. Although we got home safely, Bertha sat on the front yard waiting for us to come ...
... car to lead us through the construction.
There were many places to pull off and enjoy the mountains and valleys that make up the park. King's Canyon is an extension of Sequoia and provided more photo ops as we drove though.
As the sun was setting we left the park heading to Fresno hoping that the predicted snow in Yosemite would not spoil our plans to try once again to see the ...
... were looking at us like were the coolest thing since a corkscrew rollercoaster.
Without taking away much more from the story I can sum up by saying we delivered the package successfully to the Wyatt hotel board room (incase any armed robbers wanted to know) and then walked, David and I in the jolliest spirit, across town to see ‘Old Sacramento’. Old Sacramento was incredible. It was just like what one would see in movies with old saloons and school houses to ...