White Chief Mountain Lodge
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One of the top hotels in the world and guess what? Bryan found a deal. We could book a motel for £30 a night, or with discounts applied, we could stay at the Venetian for £50 a night. What would you choose? Same as us probably.
So, excited now, we jumped back into Rosie and onto "The Strip" for a bath. Yes that's what we were looking forward to most at this point - believe it or not.
... home along the same very, very windy road for one and quarter hours made us wonder about tomorrow. Our choices are to drive another 1 1/4 hours back to the valley of a bike ride, or a 6 hour round trip without stops to the north. Sightings: Marmot, squirrel, deer, chipmuck Mileage: 168 Temperature: 97F Notes: Geoffrey Pine Tree - bark smells like butterscotch - longest pine needles Sugar Pine Tree - longest pine ...
... begin with - almost too young to understand the concepts and how you could lean back and feel safe. But once he had been cajoled down the first descent he was away, and before we knew it he was up and down the rock faces like a little insect. All 3 boys had the best time ever, and the day whizzed by.
We headed back to base camp at 5pm to have our BBQ with Jo, Chris, Amelia and Annabelle. It was fun ...
... back in Yosemite Valley I was so red! Especially my legs. Crazy!
We went to a place called Yosemite Lodge to get an early dinner, as everyone was feeling a bit peckish. It was a food court/cafeteria style place where I got a pretty average pesto pasta and Darren got a pulled pork burger.
After dinner as we made our way to the next stop, there were a couple of stags by the road, with huge awesome antlers! It wasn't a place we could pull over but I managed to get ...
... that the walk was up the side of a mountain! It was definitely worth it, you can see by the pictures we took.
The guide also told us more about how the drought was affecting the park. He said peak falls were usually in May or June, but they occurred in February this year. Fire is also a danger obviously, and there are signs everywhere about being cautious. When we left the park we drove ...