Bay seniors curious to know more about the phenomenon of glamping might want to check out the Treebones Resort in Big Sur half an hour north of Hearst Castle. This is camping with glamour and without the ants. You’ll stay in your own circular tent on a platform called a yurt. Yes, the same accommodations Ghenghis Khan had when he was overrunning Asia. There is even a wood woven nest you can opt to sleep in should you feel in an avian frame of mind. This is not roughing it. Treebones has organic gardens, a sushi bar, an upscale restaurant, a bar, live music, a heated pool and hot tub, massages and yoga, plus hiking and kayaking. Yurts start at $215 a night. The transcendent, endless, heavenly, wide-screen views of the Pacific are complimentary.