Sequoia River Dance B&B
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... of John and I with the full height of the tree above us. Unfortunately, those pictures can’t be posted on the blog. We meet the nicest people on the road.
We had a ½ delay for road construction at the top of the mountain. It is amazing that these crews and their equipment are all the way up this winding road. However, we were glad they do this because the road was great all the way up and down.
... We headed up scenic Dry Creek Rd west of Lake Kaweah. It amazed us the number of people who lived in the area raising horses and cattle. We entered Sequoia National Forest/Giant Sequoia National Monument and after a stop at the visitor center we took a scenic winding road (of course) to get to the higher altitude as the Sequoia's only grow above 5000 feet. We stopped at General Grants Grove and took the walkway path around the giant trees. Not sure why one of the trees is called ...
We woke up after a wonderful sleep in this tranquility. Our fast becoming teenagers - Jess and Liv, didn't want to get out of bed, despite it being 930am! Ted on the other hand bounced out of bed keen to see the biggest tree on the planet (General Sherman). After a nice breakfast with a stunning view we set off with our picnic lunch to the Sequoia National Forest. It is a beautiful landscape with huge ...
... development had grown here at such a pace that by 1930 it featured four campgrounds, over 200 cabins, and dozens of parking lots, all of which were damaging the trees. Since 1980 they have removed all of these structures and built new campgrounds and lodging facilities at a safe distance away. We had breakfast at the new Wuksachi Lodge on our last day and thought it would be a lovely place to ...
... Kings river. It was still black bear country so we had to keep a watch on our food as there wasn't much between our campsite and the forest. There were 2 girls across the way for Zach to play with but he was more interested in pretending to be Tom Thomas the helicopter pilot from Fireman Sam and doing mountain rescue to the sound of the Fireman Sam theme music 'bump ba ba, ba ba ba bump bump ba ba'.
Thursday 24 ...