Gold Country Inn
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... the indoor exhibits of quilts, painting and photography. To round it all Mark Twain himself appeared on centre stage and told us his story of the jumping frog which started the whole fair off 150 years ago. We just managed to get a quick frog jump in by the Frog Town sign before dashing to the car before the deluge started! Chris & Simon took us out to dinner at the oval Chinese where we dramatically over ordered! May be eating Chinese food for a while as our fridge is full of ...
... receive by bringing dollars to Argentina and using the Blue exchange rate. This will be the first trip in years where we have not relied on ATMs to provide us local currency.
That was probably way too much info for most. But if you wish to know more, the Washington Post has an eleven-year-old five page article about the collapse of ...
... The peeks still had snow on them and Glazier Point was only opened up a few weeks earlier for the season....lucky us, this is a view not to be missed! Sentinel Dome: We walked up to the top of Sentinel Dome. WOW! Awesome views from here, 360 degrees of mountains and water falls. Just standing up here on top of the world! Merced River & Yosemite Falls (Lower): The Falls and river are fantastic, the size of everything here is overwhelming. Just driving through Yosemite is ...
... Falls, and Half Dome. We did go to the visitor's center and we are now proudly sporting a Yosemite sticker in our back window. We left the park around 7 pm and drove the 82 miles to Angels Camp to the north and west of the park. This is where we were supposed to stay last night. We had no cell service most of the day until about 15 miles outside of Angels Camp and we had ...
... Jill's idea!
We embarked on the return journey refreshed - just as well as the temperature was in triple digit territory by then. The boys, though, excelled themselves (no doubt fuelled by promises of ice cream/fizzy drinks). Ben entertained Jill much of the way home with a prolonged (and unique) version of 'The Highway Rat' which given its 20 page length (in the original English version of Julia Donaldson's children's classic) is no ...