Lake Front Cabins

32 Brenner Street, June Lake, California, 93529, United States | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from June Lake

You were right Bob

A travel blog entry by roastbeefnolive

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25/8/2012 Yesterday we left SFO went back to the airport and picked up our hire car for the all American dream road trip to Yosemite national park. Feeling a bit less Steve McQueen and more Steve Coogan we loaded up our Kia Sportage and headed east. I'm not going to go on about how easy it is to get lost even with sat nav or why it chose that …

Yosemite or Bust

A travel blog entry by pugetview

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... VVR" was a quirky, end of the road "resort." Here's a snapshot:

The cheerful, beaucoup tattooed waitress scurries from table to table, a flury of moveable art--- in her flashy double-layer tights of pink fish nets over pink and black jailbird stripes, thigh high, ending a few inches below her tight little black skirt. Above the waist she sports an equally tight-fitting black t-shirt that reveals, along with ...

Contiki day 9

A travel blog entry by thythekat

"There's also a short trail to see Yosemite Falls that is quite easy. Kathy" Steph on the bus when explaining the national park and after I told her I would take an easy one cause of my ill equipped shoes and Sarah's swollen leg "Were we meant to wear white t shirts?" Random diner who saw our Contiki group at the ...

Yosemite

A travel blog entry by ryanbrokenbrow

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Without doubt the most all inspiring, fairy tale landscape I have ever seen. Yosemite national park is one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen before. We camped in camp 4 for a week the birthplace of modern day rock climbing, camping was fun and we met some nice people, cooked some good camp food as well. Hiked a lot and generally took in the breath taking scenery and landscape off shear ...

Land of the Giants

A travel blog entry by heidi.buttercup

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... He is not the oldest tree nor the tallest but is the largest in mass and continues to grow every year by way of bark production. He is quite a sight and it would be easy to strain your neck staring at him too long. If placed on a freeway he would take up three lanes and any one of his branches has the diameter of a six foot man. He shows a number of burn scars and from fallen trees about the same size they have worked out that he has withstood a number of bush fires ...

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This ranch, located on 32 Brenner Street, June Lake, is near June Mountain and Double Eagle Resort and Spa.
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