Sequoia River Dance B&B
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... 8217;t have a cell signal, but other than that, it’s been great.
When we got back, John took Beckett for a swim and I took a nap, as did Mike. We ate dinner and talked about our plans for tomorrow. Mike and Karen have decided to head home with stops at the Grand Canyon for one. John and I are going to Yosemite. Karen will email me with updates to what they are doing, along with some pictures so that they will appear in the ...
... lots of other interesting facts but I don't want to bore you with them all.
Just as we were leaving the park I spotted a bear and screamed out at Taylor to stop the car and we all jumped out quickly to take some photos. I don't think it was fully grown but I'm no expert. It's the first bear I've ever seen in my life and I was so excited to see it in its natural habitat. I think this was the highlight of my time in the USA so far.
The sky was ...
... turned around shortly since this road dead ends.
We came back the same road seeing the scenery in reverse so we went from 3000 back up to 7000. We decided to take a different road home so we went to Hume Lake and had a quiet lunch with the ducks. Terry started to feed them and I reminded him if the girl at Lake Arrowhead that got inundated with ducks.
We continued to Quails Flat since it was late we took the Generals Highway back to the gate.
... We went on the "congress trail" which took us over an hour through this stunning tall forest of Sequoia trees. We even found a pile of snow - so a small snowball fight ensued! We had a picnic lunch after the walk and made our way down the mountain. Apart from Olivia feeling a bit car sick it was a wonderful excursion. We are all happily chilling at the house before dinner and heading off to Squaw Valley ...
... The tree themselves do not die of fungas or fire as they are extremely resistant to such things thanks to there bark instead they tend to fall over more often then die of any other cause. I feel a sense of pride to call this my nation the nation that has some of the coolest trees alive. Kings canyon was another great detore as we got to see a great canyon that was carved out by glacial ice many millions of year's ago. This has left a large and majestic canyon with wonderful sites to ...