Travelodge Angels Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... were a few workers-people dressed in period costumes-but there wasn't much to see or do. We did get some ice cream and sasparilla! Then we swam at the hotel, ordered pizza and slept from 8pm-6am! Then we are a delicious breakfast at the hotel. You know it's good when Olivia's comment is "I feel like I'm eating at neannie and papa's!" We left Sonora by 8 this morning to head to Yosemite. So far the scenery reminds of us the arid parts of ...
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 ...
... 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 ...
... down into the grove only took thirty minutes or so, and we enjoyed wandering the two trails around the 25 or so Sequoias as the day warmed up. There was one that had fallen over some time ago which was hollow and which smaller/non claustrophobic types could crawl though. Obviously, Will, Alec and Ben did just that and emerged at the far end more or less covered head to foot in red/grey dust. The hike up from the grove took a little longer and by the time we'd ...
... hair-pin switchbacks and jaw-dropping scenic views, (we couldn’t resist stopping a few times to soak it all in and take a few photo’s – see below). We eventually arrived in Groveland at about 6pm and I prepared some dinner whilst Dad bonded with the retired dentist in the site next to ours over a gentle conversation about how nice it feels to be retired from full time work. So all in all a good day on the road!