Springville Inn Bed and Breakfast
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... Germans! As we zigzag up the mountain, we spy workers maintaining a system that acquires water from the river and diverts it into an aqueduct system for local agricultural uses.
We observe California ground squirrels that live in burrows which they excavate themselves. Some burrows are occupied communally but each individual squirrel has its own entrance. Although they readily become tame in areas used by humans, and quickly learn to take food left ...
... I want to say early 1900s, but have no internet to verify.). The pen for his livestock still stands at the edge of Crescent Meadow. From there, we hiked through a sequoia forest and back to the car, as the rain had started again and was accompanied by hail. We cranked the heat full blast, attempting to dry off, as we made our way through Tunnel Log, which is a huge fallen sequoia you can drive through. We decided Moro Rock wouldn't provide much of a ...
... on the way up and the water fall was totally nice. It was so refreshing to be out hiking in an unknown place. My heart felt light and happy as it pumped blood through my veins. I need that energy to pick me up, it feeds my soul and scares off depression and anxiety. I am so grateful for nature and places that are still quiet in the world. I high tailed it back to the Fresno Airport, landed in Vegas and drove on home to St George. Quick and eventful trip.
I have been on many a mountain road but the road after you enter Sequoia from CA 198 takes top honors. You steadily climbed in elevation from 1000 feet to 7000 while you are twisting & turning & twisting & turning & twisting & turning. It is not a road for the faint of heart! Once you hit the Museum & first area of major sequoia trees, the driving becomes much easier.
... In the late afternoon I drove back, restopping at General Sherman and the Meadow i went to yesterday. IT was a lot clearer today and although you had to watch for snow falling out the trees, it gave you a much better view of the area.
This evening I had a steak at The Gateway Restaurant, it was a little pricey but really tasty, tomorrow i drive about 400 miles to Vegas which I'm looking forward to, anyway bye for ...