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... und unvergessliches Erlebnis diese Tiere in freier Wildbahn so hautnah erleben zu können.
Out of the heat of Death Valley we went further to Sequoia National Park on over 2000 m height to get some fresh mountain air again and nice temperatures from 25-33 °C depending on the height. Here we could observe the "Giant Trees", coyotes, Californian deer, and black bears. Here everything is bit bigger than normal, as you can see on ...
... 8220;This Dust Bowl Brought to You by the California Congress”, “No Water, No Jobs”, and “No Water, No Food”. Things seem to be getting a bit testy here and everyone seems to agree that action is long overdue. However, this does not diminish the fact that we constantly see people wasting water.
The weather where we are staying and where we plan our day trips is made even trickier by the fact that our RV park is at a lower ...
... and Carol didn't have to look down, so it was OK.
Our first stop was at the General Grant Giant Sequoia tree. It was a short walk from the parking lot to the General Grant, but first, we walked by a fallen Sequoia. The Park Rangers have left it there so people can actually see how big these tress are. The tree has ...
... good! You should try it if you get a chance. You can recognize the tree by its jigsaw puzzle shaped bark. Although be careful with the bark because it's really delicate and fragile. You should see the size see the size of the pinecones - they are huge! Also, in Sequoia National Park, the Giant Forest is just unbelievable to see. The biggest tree on earth, General Sherman, is incredible to even get a glimpse of, but we got to go almost right to it. In pictures, ...
We are on our way back to SF after a fabulous week of RVing in Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks. So beautiful. Now, I have to explain that this is probably the worst time to visit the parks, because the waterfalls have, for the most part, dried up. But if what we saw was the worst, I can't even begin to imagine the beauty in the spring. We had to get a shuttle from a hotel in SF's Tenderloin area. This is a very run down ...