Sequoia River Dance B&B
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... a spaceship from a distance.
Smoke appeared to roll up the mountains in front of us. We knew we weren't near to the bush fires taking place in some areas of California but did wonder if more had started. As we neared it turned out to be just low-lying cloud hanging over the mountains.
Between Bakersfield and Visalia we now passed into an area of flat agricultural land, with the roadside lined with vast expanses of orange groves, olive trees and grape ...
... green, yellow, orange, red, pink, black, & white. It was amazing. They also have the tallest sand dunes in North America, and The Racetrack, where giant boulders mysteriously move across this giant dry sea bed. Scientist have been trying to figure it out for years. There's also an old Borax mine here from the late 1800's. It also has the highest recorded temperature in North America, coming in at 136 degrees Fahrenheit in 2012. Luckily, the spring ...
... Sherman Tree.
Since it was getting late we were headed straight to the Giant Forest where the world´s largest living tree was supposed to grow. We were told that it should take us approx. one hour to get from the entrance gate to the Giant Forest. Sequoias grow naturally between 1,500m and 2,100m, so we had to move a bit higher. We started at elevation of 500m above sea level and gradually reached more than 1,500m above sea level. We could notice that the ...
... and horse farms, but the grass and foliage was so dry, we can see how a fire could consume an area in no time. After a while, this road narrowed so that we were basically on a one lane road which wouldn’t have been so bad, except that it was a two way road. Fortunately, there was hardly any traffic, but we went around some blind curves on the side of the mountain that would have been difficult if another vehicle had been coming toward us. The road ...
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 ...