The Village Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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We came across a bear when we were hiking, alone along a quiet trail in Yosemite. But more about that later. After sleeping considerably well, knowing that we were in bear and wolf territory, we packed up our camping gear and headed back down to Yosemite Valley to take on some more hiking trails. We were keen to venture along the Half Dome trail, knowing that we wouldn't make ...
... Brandon and Katy, who would arrive the next day. I chatted with a couple of Pacific Crest Trail hikers heading to Canada from Mexico in the small lawn out of the country store situated in the woods. Taking their advice I boarded a free shuttle with a large group of PCT hikers, and Devil's Postpile day trippers into Mammoth Lakes. The fumes emitted from combined weeks of grueling hikes and wilderness living had ...
... a self-written ticket in the carpark. Gary was champing at the bit and couldn't wait to get out and about amongst the treasure trove of ruined architecture, textures, rusting transportation and other glories waiting for his camera. Overheard conversations made us appreciate that the inhabitants of several of the other cars were a photographic society on a day out.
You could see why they had come. Bodie went from ...
... resort town at 7800 ft where we had booked the hotel for the night. This hotel is something different, its called the Austria Hoff. The building looks like its built in the 1800's and resembles an old Austrian Ski Hoff. It has no elevators, so we had to pack some essentials from the car and drag them up the stairs. Although the place is old, the room is spacious and Internet is free. Once we had checked in ...
... cut in 1881, but it fell down in 1969. Many photos of this tree encouraged visitors to the park.
Once we were exhausted from our hike we hopped back in the RV to make the trip down into the valley. We stopped at the Tunnel View as we came out of the tunnel and took in the most famous view of Yosemite. It is still amazing to take it in the second time around. The sheer grandeur of the massive granite walls is just breathtaking. ...