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... the base of the tree and back to the car. He was extremely talented, which made the experience all the better. After our lovely walk around some of the most enormous, stunning trees, our day came to an end. It was one of the many we have had where our brains are so full of beautiful images, we are exhausted (an happy of course)!
On our last full day at Sequoia, we had a leisurely day planned. We hiked from our campsite to General Sherman Tree, ...
... and, no snow on the roads. At the visitor's center it was 84 degrees and the lady said it would be about 20 degrees cooler in the "forest".
After dozens of U turns in the road up the mountain and a speed limit of 25MPH the whole way, really most of the trip was 10-20MPH, in 45 minutes we arrived in the "Sequoia forest". In the midst of such majesty, we truly felt very small. Many of ...
... Scrappy in the truck because there was snow on the ground. And we let Abby follow us around off leash because we were pretty much the only ones there. When we were walking back towards the truck, Abby caught the scent of something near one of the trees. As we were calling her back to us, this group of ladies was walking towards the tree from the opposite side and I heard this lady squeal and said, "I just about had a heart attack" because she saw Abby and thought she was a ...
... park and so we were going down; to turn around meant going up.
As we rounded the next corner, the road sloped downwards for about 100 yards before another bend took the road around the next corner. I dabbed the brakes. Big mistake. The car skidded and I could hear the snow crouching underneath the car. The car started to move toward the drop on the right hand side. I gently eased the wheel into the opposite direction and slowly the car moved over…. ...
... centre piece the giant General Sherman tree, supposedly over 2000 years old and the biggest tree by volume in the world. The return to the car park here was quite strenuous due to steepness and altitude (7000 ft).Our concern about bears here was allayed by a park ranger. Sequoia has black bears, while wild and dangerous if they can sense food, but they avoid humans in the wild. I only got one brief glimpse of one while driving. The rest of the day was ...