Plantation Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... tourist with a death wish and no zoom on your camera and tried to walk closer to get a better photo.
After about ten minutes the ranger drove past and kindly asked everyone to move their cars off the highway, he then parked and walked back with a taser, pistol and shotgun. I quickly explained our car was in the car park but he was looking to move the bears on not us. Once he checked we all had enough photos he moved the bears away from the road for their ...
So we had a pretty straightforward day of hiking. Just making our way from Poison spring meadow to Crabtree Meadow in anticipation of our newly decided effort to climb Mount Whitney. We already have the permit, we're less than 10 miles away, well worth the side trip. Also, upon arrival, Crabtree Meadow is a spectacle beyond description. It is such a joy and privilege to be living this ...
... and, no snow on the roads. At the visitor's center it was 84 degrees and the lady said it would be about 20 degrees cooler in the "forest".
After dozens of U turns in the road up the mountain and a speed limit of 25MPH the whole way, really most of the trip was 10-20MPH, in 45 minutes we arrived in the "Sequoia forest". In the midst of such majesty, we truly felt very small. Many of ...
... snowing and there was only snow about. We arrived at our snow covered lodge in the Sequoia National park and the boys quickly got into snowball fights. This lodge was one of the cheapest places we stayed and included all meals and endless hot chocolate. Awesome start to our 2 day stay here! Such a contrast in one day though - from the desert to the ...
... see the edge of a cliff, beyond that only the impenetrable grey of a huge blizzard. The nagging small voice in my head was getting louder - "you're in the ****!!" it kept saying… it was right. The snow on the road was now at least six inches deep and the road was narrow. It was now impossible to see the edge and so I was forced to drive in the middle at only 10 mph and in first gear. The plan was to keep going forward. We figured we were over halfway ...