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... the Giant Forest in Sequoia National Park.
We had left our campsite in Yosemite Valley early and driven south for breakfast at the charming Wawona Hotel. The Mariposa Grove, close to the south entrance of the park, is the largest and most accessible of the three sequoia groves in Yosemite. Since we had many miles to drive before reaching our next campsite, we opted for the tram tour, ...
... walked around it, nice and flat so not too bad.
Much smaller camp ground here but very pretty and we had a great site on the river (not much water at this time of the year). Enjoyed a nice glass of wine and dinner by the fire, first time it felt cool enough to light one. Soo quiet felt like we needed to whisper all the time, Kel will tell you I’m paranoid about ...
... naturalist), along with other 19th century conservationists realised that the destruction of the trees had to stop. So he petitioned for protection and eventually got it.
We also spent time in Kings Canyon where the giant cedars grew up and not out out like the Sequoias. This was not as dramatic to look at and we had one night only before planning somewhere else with elevation to stay out of the 38 C degree plus heat in ...
... of cool to see open truck loads of carrots, onions, & lemons. From there, you hop on an obscure highway that is desolate, w/rolling hills of dead yellow grass. It's quite pretty actually & orange groves & other vegetation pop up along to way to add some lovely green to the mix. I saw a truck with three goats in the back, just goin' for a ride. Rad. And of course, a ton of John Deere tractors. =0)
Next is another obscure highway that is much ...
... staying at a lodge, by a lake surrounded by snow capped peaks. Our accommodation proves to be quite luxurious, to our delight, with stunning views. Food is included and as usually happens in these deals it is basic but reasonably wholesome.
Spent the next couple of days doing long walks. Saw our first woodpecker, deer, chipmunks, squirrel, pine marten and an array of birds yet to be named. Larry saw a glimpse of a bear and that was enough for ...
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