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... a bit and tore ourselves away for the drive back to Sequoia, with stops at multiple stops along the way.
We had a couple of hours before sunset, and had yet to check out some of the largest trees in Kings Canyon. We drove quickly to Converse Basin, thinking the 2.5 mile loop would be a quick one. It ended up being uphill for the first mile to Boole Tree, so we were booking it and out of breath. We were cruising along until I gasped/screamed and ...
... a quarter of it for some other hungry looking travellers! Stuffed, we moved onto our next destination in the park, which was Moros Rock, at the top of the forest. On our way here we passed the tunnel log, which kind of describes itself, as it's a log which is also a small tunnel. But anyway we drove through it and moved on! But turning the corner we saw a small number of cars parked on the side of the road, in a relatively innocuous area. Being the nosey pair we are ...
... 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 ...
... onto a land of giants; kind of like the Israelites checking out the promised land. I felt like I was in a magical place and could not get enough of the trees. I told Dave I literally just wanted to hug one so he took a picture of me doing just that! Hahaha! I love trees. And Dave and I have this thing about getting pictures in trees (we got engaged in a tree) but these giants were impossible to climb. But we did get pictures with them. It was cool to see the trees in Kings ...
... what a difference being 1km higher up can make!!
Like something out of an Indiana Jones movie, hidden high in the mountains are indeed the giant Sequoia trees. Almost too big to perceive without seeing them, these mammoths of the tree world can weigh up to 2,000 tonnes, which is equivalent to almost 17 blue whales, the largest animal ever to have existed on Earth.
The park contains some ...