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... late and the road was getting narrower and steeper so we decided to head home.
SATURDAY 5/17- This campground is packed. I have never seen so many tents in a small area. Although they charge an arm and leg for the tent sites I guess they like it as there is a volleyball net/court, horseshoes, bluff overlooking the water and the kids can go swimming or tubing in the river. This was our lazy day so we went to a few antique stores and the Welcome Center at Lake ...
... can't actually find the entrances to them or the appropriate exits off the highway and our navman is far from reliable, so we continue on enjoying the aroma. We briefly stop to visit the last Walmart on the way to buy an esky and some food for our next few days. There are no shops or petrol stations, so we stock up now, hoping to have enough to get us back to civilisation. Whilst walking around Gretchen mentions about bears and that we need to make sure ...
... that? Well, if you filled General Sherman's trunk with water, it would hold enough water for 9,844 baths...a bath every day for 27 years!
There seems to be a small debate with the park information but the 2nd or 3rd largest Giant Sequoia is the General Grant. He's 268' tall, 107' circumference and 1,700 years old. Putting ...
... tell him to "RUN", some amazing artists ...also crazy Jerky caravan owner who's going to move to Texas after 'that socialist' was re-elected! Callum was impressed to learn that William Shatner has a holiday house here. Unfortunately he hasn't been sighted for 10 years- oh well. Several irresistible gifts later and a short hike with Sandy's dog "Gunner", we headed to the bakery for a giant burger and fries, of course...although they were sweet potato ones ...
Visiting Sequoia was great - the only thing that was a pain was that
we had to leave so early in the morning, because we were warned that they have ongoing road construction in the park, and you have to go up 45 minutes into the park, and they only let traffic through every hour on the hour (so we did NOT want to be waiting an hour, because we just missed ...
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