The Spalding House Bed & Breakfast Inn
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... the forest among pines and other trees that we are used to seeing. Some of the trees have signs of fire, but are alive and well. The ranger told us that the bark has some kind of chemical that protects it from fire and that in fact fire is good for the trees because it helps them reproduce.
We hiked to the General Sherman tree which is the largest tree in the world. You just have to see it; pictures don’t begin to show ...
... mistaken for Australians. At least everyone knows where New Zealand is although we have yet to hear any Hobbiton suggestions from anyone.
Finally, thank you to everyone who has been commenting on our blog. It's nice to know someone is reading this and appreciating it. Keep your comments coming. I am working on getting more photos up but doing it through Mercina's iPod is quite hard as my fingers are too thick. I have to get her to do it.
... and meet Messi and Ronaldinho. He also told me when he worked for Chivas he used to see Beckham everyday also.
18th July I couldn't wait for lunch at camp today as I was going to eat the remains of last nights pizza - it was so good even cold. I decided to bring my own cooler today as I used to share one with Matteo but he decided to eat my sandwiches yesterday so I ended up having a banana and a nutrigain bar fro lunch. I caught him at break eating the first half of ...
... of the very famous blog www.thecouchgymnast.com. She had media credentials so was able to get me all the inside gossip, and we had fun drinking at the bars in Greektown and talking gym rubbish. I spent three days at the University of Illinois Pavilion captivated by some truly world class gymnastics. Brilliant!
I have now been working here in Visalia, California for three weeks and have enjoyed ...
Sequoia National Park is the second oldest national park after Yellowstone. The sequoia is the largest living tree on earth. Giant Forest located within Sequoia National Park is home of four of the world's five largest trees. The Giant Forest covers 1,800 acres, with 8,400 such trees. Some 36,500 acres of sequoia groves remain in the Sierra.
The General Sherman Tree, located ...