Sunset Inn Yosemite Vacation Cabins
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... and hopefully they remember much for their GCSE Geography exams!
There was then an Indian village with Tee Pees and some people keeping the skills alive today by creating weapons from meticulously chipping away at the flint found naturally in the valley.
Isabel was beginning to feel uncomfortable and headed to the toilet and I was sent to walk back, get the car and come and pick them up. By the time I got back, Isabel ...
... near to currie village is a busy little spot at this time of year and if you are wanting to get to the quieter spots, you need to put your hiking shoes on and I am sure you will be rewarded. Unfortunately we could not find a single spot to stay in the park for the night. The park also has very strict rules about no stopping off on the side of the road to sleep. If you are planning to stay in the park itself, you need to book a good 6 months ...
... of wildfire, as we drove through hectares of burnt land.
We entered the national park and went to an area called Tuolumne Park.
Here, a few of us changed into shorts as it was getting way too warm for the jeans we put on in San Fran!
When everyone was ready, we hiked down the trail, which was about one mile to see the Giant Sequoia trees.
On the walk down, there were heaps of huge sugar pine trees, which have pine cones that are absolutely massive, ...
... of the road. Mum has been a legend, particularly when Dad's vertigo kicks in. Back to the hotel had a dip in the pool and superb pizza and dropped into deep sleep. On our third day, we woke up late to lovely breakfast and swim in outside pool to cool off and get ready for sightseeing on Big Oak Flat Road- area where Ansel Adams most prolific photos taken. Truly breathtaking- had a ball with kids stopping at every view point. Back to hotel ...
... dorm and female dorm. We unpacked and then headed to the common area - a cafe/restaurant/games room.
This is where we debriefed and discussed the general rules and plans for the next day. Then we ate!! Yay! Pork roast with Cranberries and almond mashed potato, and a bloody fantastic home made hot chocolate. Food was fantastic yet again, there isn't too much I don't like. Later we sat ...