San Joaquin Suite Hotel
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... delicious food, trying and failing to 'play' with the cat (she doesn't know how to play, only how to attack).
I managed to relax and chill out so easily, it felt great to get writing again, and not feel pressured into doing anything I didn't want to. Loved it.
Would so recommend. 5 stars!
... desert, prairie grassland, farmland, rivers, oceans, dry climate, cool climate....etc. You always want to have your camera ready because at the next turn in the road or over the next hill there may be the most amazing photo opportunity. This has never been more true than the drive to Yosemite. You wonder how stone and trees and water and sky can come together to amaze the eye and capture ones attention but they do. In an instant ...
... the ski resort was on and let the doggies play in the snow. The ski
slope was small and similar to app. We would have skied since it wasn’t crowded
at all and they’d just had snow fall, but our legs were like jello. We then
drove to mariposa grove before we left. Little did we know that it was home to
the giant sequoia trees. We had seen some really big trees but none like the
ones here. They were 20 foot or more thick and probably 40 feet around. ...
... moving along ahead of me and I knew I had to try. Eventually I found my stride in a pace that did not tax me and we walked slowly to the top. And I gave the man credit for my courage. And that made him smile.
The view at the top was worth the work. It would have been even better if the haze had lifted. But in my mind it was a total success and the view was perfect. After taking photos, we made the walk back to the bottom and at the end of the trail ...
... is deadwood lying everywhere and its very peaceful much like being in an outdoor cathedral. There was a serious forest fire back in 2008 and you can still see the blackened bark and fire damage to the bases of the trees and many areas where the undergrowth is still recovering. The bark on the Redwoods is so thick it protects them from the intense fires and they eventually recover. We had the wood to ourself for most of the time ate our packed lunch in the dappled shade on ...