Sequoia View Bed & Breakfast
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... had a truck with 'people r stupid' on the tailgate, right. Next stop the big fresno fair for a touch of a small town American fair, being Fresno has a population of half a million I think we might miss the small town touch. Nothing says small town show like metal detectors and being frisked on the way in. It was just like the Cairns show only with more rides, more food, more food, more food and more people. We missed the horse racing but did see ...
... exhausting, were fabulous. They are wooden steps with cute houses with terraced gardens on either side. All the residents take great pride with their gardens and they are full with beautiful flowers and plants. Apparently the hill is home to some South American parrots but we weren’t lucky enough to see any on that day. We stopped every now and then to turn around, catch our breath and look at the panoramic views of San Fran that lay ...
... we'll be advised. Now we have to find 3 nights accommodation and something else to do. Damn stupid Tea Party!!! Not happy. Like everyone else staying at the hotel, we're all glued to CNN attempting to find out what is happening. Staff at the hotel can't tell us anything and have no information either, so we leave Three Rivers and drive up to the entrance just to check that we can't go through. The entrance is blocked and their are signs up saying the park ...
Day 5: Me and Cheng was exhausted from the party yesterday, well this morning too. However, we managed to wake up at 12 pm, and cleaned up the house a little before we go on our fishing trip. There was a Wal Mart nearby so we went there to buy fishing supplies since we only have the rods. We also bought Mahaynes a gift that was related to our trip as well. Aside from ...
... fallen tree it was great. The grove makes our big trees in Perth seem like a bunch of rowdy teenagers by comparison, but I think we have a lot to be proud of, the way we protect our woodlands are managed them for tourism and recreation and for people to enjoy. There was no way you could access the Montgomery redwood grove without plenty of planning and the ability to walk up steep and extremely damaged and washed out trails, this seems a bit unfair for all those people who ...