Travelodge Angels Camp
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We'll we're lucky that California's biggest county fair is tsing place this weekend. From today until 17th in Frogtown USA they are holding the Calaveras County Fair & Jumping Frog Jubilee in celebration of The 150th anniversary of Mark Twain's short story The Celebrated Jumping Frog. As it happens we passed Mark Twain's cottage on the way to the fair. A storm is forecast today with heavy snow warnings at altitude so hiking wasn't a good idea today. We felt a bit underdressed ...
... probably is..' yeah, that's exactly what I should keep in mind when I see signs like that in the middle of nowhere. The wifi didn't work, and the showers were semi hot, but there were spots on the beach ! (we just chose to not take advantage of them, for fear that we would wake up with sand in every crevice of our bodies). Also, something to keep in mind - while you're in Cali, and you may think ...
... from where we were and it was 6pm but again the most spectacular views you could imagine. Picture walking up to the railing and looking over, a dizzy 3,400 ft vertical drop .... takes your breathe away. That is Yosemite .... towering sheer cliffs, a waterfall that drops over 2500ft before crashing into the valley floor.
Finally for our 3 hour drive back to the hotel .... We stopped and had pizza, in a small town at 10.30 pm it was delicious, as you can see a very long ...
... was plenty of water. So on with the sun cream and then across the dam to the tunnel that marked the start of the walk to Wapoma Falls, about three miles along the northern edge of the reservoir. The tunnel was fascinating itself as everywhere there was moisture along the walls there were little frogs.
The boys did really well (Alec occasionally musing about the pointlessness of going for a walk only to come back again) and there ...
... on the roads in to the park. This was a great disapointment but at least we discovered this before we knocked on the Park gate. .So we set our sites on our next goal Yosemite National Park.
We left Bakersfield on Friday morning feeling revitalised after a restful day of sunshine and wallowing in the R.V park's pool and hot tub, and made our way up highway 99 through Fresno and on towards Yosemite national ...