The Log House Lodge
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... to live in a wooden house on an isolated mountainside and see a wall of flames coming ever closer.
The re-route took us down the 99 which was a characterless road with strings of trucks and pick-ups. There was very little to redeem it, apart from the fact that it was fairly fast.
When we turned off the 99 onto the 198, we were suddenly in a ...
... do if the road is open, but it remains closed due to the Hume Lake fire. Sadly, that'll have to wait for another trip. We do take the opportunity to snap some pix of the Road Closed sign, a bittersweet memory captured on my iPhone. As we continue along Highway 180, there’s nothing but unbridled beauty for 35 miles until we reach the end of the road at Kanawyer. All you can do there is dismount and begin hiking.
Kings Canyon ...
So glad we skipped Yosemite! Everyone we bumped into along this trip said it was packed with people and it was way worse than Yellowstone, and Yellowstone was a bit crowded for our liking so... We were glad to venture out here instead. Beautiful, peaceful, mountainous.
I skipped the hike up ...
... cute! And she is solo funny! She invited us into her house and said to me...you can go honey...i take your boyfriend and so some stuff with him in my bedroom..!!! :D
Before she told me that we are stupid because we're not married yet...
We made a fire and chattered with our tent neighbor Carl.
For dinner we had some delicious Stockwuerste!!!!! Yummy!!!
... three nights and just enjoy the area. We went for a short hike one day that again was a little strenuous, but the kids did it. The next day, we were going to hike to see General Sherman, the largest tree in the world. It was a 4.6 km hike each way and I was worried about the kids, but they rocked it. It was one of the most pleasant hikes I have ever done. We saw two bears on our way and arrived at General Sherman in good spirits. I'm afraid that I can't describe the ...