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... of the canyon, and along the way we were able to drive by the Kings River, roaring over boulders. We stopped at the tiny Cedar Grove Visitor Center at the bottom in the middle of campgrounds. After a short hike we were in Zumwalt Meadow, able to see some of the canyon walls. The park ranger told us that Kings Canyon is actually 3000 feet deeper than the Grand Canyon, you just can't see the tallest mountain "walls" ...
... s having a blast with that! So far, our National Park tour has been phenomenal. So much beauty, so much history. It's incredible to discover what's in your own country. Luckily, many people are out discovering the natural wonders of the US. From all over the US, Europe, and Asia. It's amazing. So you really do need to plan ahead, even for camping, these places fill up fast, even camping and lodging outside of the parks. So make some plans and go see something ...
... the tree “General Sherman”, after the leader he served under during the Civil War.
Neither I nor Gonzalo has ever seen such a large tree. It was really massive! As we walked around its trunk we could appreciate its mightiness even better.
From the General Sherman Tree we proceeded to another interesting sequoia tree called “Buttress Tree” which actually fell in 1959 and in these days the pathway leads people through a hole in ...
... sort of sad to see this.
We left around 9 am to go to Sequoia. It was a beautiful day, sunny and warm. The ride up to the trees was quite challenging. It's a lot of twists and turns and we climbed about 6,000 feet. When we reached the forest everything changed. We were in a peaceful, cool forest. There were signs everywhere to watch for bears, but we didn't see any. We stopped at several lookouts and the views were ...
... raisins mostly), and some grapes for wine. We saw many orchards of a tree that we don’t recognize and even after looking it up online, we aren’t sure what it is. We think it may be olive trees, but we are going to ask tomorrow.
We arrived at our campground and were pleasantly surprised. It is on a river and is nice and shady. Plus there is ************e here. We took the dogs down to the river and they loved it. Mike and John got in ...