Sequoia River Dance B&B
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... CA. We'd never really considered going there before, but it is the biggest national park in the contiguous U.S. with 3.4 million acres, 4 lodges, 9 campgrounds, plus backcountry camping, which is what we did. Literally every geological era is exposed in the canyon walls here, and they have a tremendous geological museum. The valley itself is 130 miles long, 13 mlles wide, and surrounded by four different mountain ranges. Contrary to what most of us picture ...
... narrow that we were trimming trees with our motor home. To make matters worse, we were getting low on gas.
We drove and drove and it seemed that we were never going to get to a more populated area. There were no roads off of the road we were on, so we had no choice but to continue. We had no idea where we were because we couldn’t find the road on the map. I asked John if he noticed that the GPS lady stopped talking to us. He said ...
... Rivers that sounded ok.
The RV park is really out there (Three Rivers is small anyway, but it was a few miles outside of town), and it sits right on a small river coming out of the mountains. The drive there was really pretty, and there were lots of trees and a really good feel when we pulled into our spot.
When we planned this trip, if we could have envisioned the ideal experience I think it would have been like ...
... never in the right place at the right time to see his bears). After lunch we drove thru the Giant Forest and went to the Lodgepole Visitors Center. Every Visitors Center has different and informative information on the area, trees and animals.
On the way home we tried to make it to Crystal Cave. You have to buy tickets well in advance for the tour but it was a long hike to the Cave and then a lot of steps so we decided against the tour but we wanted to see the area. We ...
... starting to get dark.
Once getting back, I headed out for tea to a place just down the road called River View and had a Burger, which was pretty huge. Actually a family all wearing cowboy hats found me attempting to eat it amusing. The Burger was pretty good although the service was to be desired, he kind of threw it onto the table rather than giving it to me. On a side note, I'm not a big fan of this ...