Yosemite: Day 4; Biking and breaking out
Morning broke, and our little K was covered in hives. Poor little thing. So we decided to stay around our campground and explore, and bike ride if she felt up to it later.
We walked around our campground (North Pines), visited with the horses (and mules) and explored the shallow areas in the Merced River a bit.
|Two little horse-lovers visiting with a mule.|
|They loved how close we were to the horses & mules. Just a quick walk from the campground, and they could talk to their four-legged-friends all afternoon!|
|Little Boy in flight. I love to see my little guy in his element. He loves climbing, running and exploring while we camp.|
|Three little explorers|
|Little rock-climbers had a great time scaling the granite boulders|
After lunch and a nap (for the little ones), we headed out on our bikes again. This time, we rode to nearby, Sentinel Meadow for the afternoon.
|While climbers scale the granite cliffs behind her, my little girl is just as determined to balance on this fallen tree.|
|What's so hard about this, mama?!|
|My poor, puffy-faced sweetheart was such a good sport.|
|The sunlight was beautiful, reflecting on the calm (looking) river water. I was amazed at how strong the current was, even in mere inches of water. The river was pretty low, but we could imagine how powerful it is when full.|