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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... considering we’ve been paying $1 for 3minutes, so we decide there is a perfectly great swimming hole we could enjoy like the rest of the campground decides to do.
We decide after feeling so lethargic and being in the car so much we would get outdoors and do a few short hikes to get some fresh air. So we put our gear on and head off to a place called Mirror Lake. It’s quite a stunning view at the end, however we keep moving towards the ...
... a bear! So Noz sends me out of the car with the camera to investigate. I said that if I got eaten by the bear, he would have to take responsibility - he seemed fine with this! And so off I went, and stood with all the people pointing, and there was a bear! Well, I think a bear. I could see brown fluffy paws digging and a fluffly head! He was clearly much more interesting in lunch - not all the people trying to get pictures of him! So a couple of snaps later, I ...
... was chilly but it was very fun. After the river we went to our campsite to eat dinner. We had taco soup, applesauce, and muffins. It was delicious. After dinner we went to the pool. We went to the indoor one first but we decided that we wanted to go to the outdoor pool. It was surprisingly warmer than the one inside. We swam for a little bit and the we went back to our campsite. And went to bed. Can't wait for the next adventure ...
... through the Sequoia grove and started hiking back up the trail.
It was a beautiful hike.
When we got up to the top, there was a guy holding two of the massive sugar pine cones, taking them back to his car.
Shane called out to him to tell him it was illegal to take anything from the park, and that he could get a $5000 fine.
His response was "Are you sure?".
Like he'd just make that up!
It was so funny and turned into a running joke for our group.
... seriously loud rainstorms and thunderstorms during the night that kept on waking us up, but it was still pretty awesome.
We woke up early the next morning, made more freeze-dried breakfast scramble, packed our car, said goodbye to our little cabin and it was off we went.
We took a scenic trail back and rode down Tioga Pass alongside Tenaya Canyon, which may have been the scariest thing we've ever driven down and that includes the Great Smokey Mountains in a ...