Gold Country Inn
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... the rocky cliff. If you look carefully, you can see where parts of the cliff have fallen away into the abyss of trees below. You can also see the falls below! Sean points out the area that we will be hiking to next. It's much closer to the falls and I can't wait to get down there.
We grab our packs and continue. As the trail descends and we get closer to water, the air gets cooler. We travel along the creek for awhile before reaching our ...
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... no were near as good as my camera ) nevertheless it did the trick. We walked back to the car and remembered David also brought his camera ( of course, the battery was flat) and again, on the brighter side of life, we had a cable in the car from the Tom Tom and we were able to charge the camera and off we went again recapturing as many photos as we could, unfortunately, evening was setting in, so the light was different.
We drove to Glacier Point, another ...
... from the chilly snowmelt and concentrated on taking a few snaps. Concentrated so hard, in fact that he failed to notice that Ben had swum well beyond his depth (Mummy to the rescue, more Brownie points subtracted).
We wrapped up the day with a frosty treat, and watched as Ben tackled a well-earned but enormous Cornetto-type ice cream. All in all, a superb day, and some very tired ...
... Pool. I was expecting something along the lines of Agawa Bay, where we were the only people in the area and we could chill out with nature (to sound like a complete hippy!) but it was chockablock with families and teenagers which was a bit disappointing. The pool itself was lovely, although the water was freezing! I braved the pool and used the rocks to pull myself around to where the others had swam to. Some of the people around the pool ...