RiverFront Cabins Kaweah General Store
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... she was wishing we had bought a more smelly cheese which we could have put on the bonnet of the car, which as it heated up would smell really strong and entice the bears out of their hidey holes.
That might have been interesting.
There was a walkway down to the huge tree, surrounded by massive trees; and scurrying along the forest floor were chipmunks and beautifully marked ...
... point in the contiguous 48 United States, 14,505-foot Mount Whitney – named after Josiah Whitney, chief of the California State Geological Survey in the 1860s and '70s.
My riding partners, Dave and Scott, have both summited Mount Whitney; Scott has done it three times, the Mount Whitney trifecta!. My wife, Sarah, has conquered the mountain, too. All proudly signed their names in the register that sits at the summit. ...
... a spaceship from a distance.
Smoke appeared to roll up the mountains in front of us. We knew we weren't near to the bush fires taking place in some areas of California but did wonder if more had started. As we neared it turned out to be just low-lying cloud hanging over the mountains.
Between Bakersfield and Visalia we now passed into an area of flat agricultural land, with the roadside lined with vast expanses of orange groves, olive trees and grape ...
... them some more mated pairs and now they have 70, so they've been quite successful. A Condor only lays one egg every two years. We'd really love to do the two week rafting trip through the canyon, but that's one of those things you have to plan over a year in advance. But I know we'll be back for more hiking. If you've never been to the Grand Canyon, or haven't been for a long time, it's so worth the trip. You'll be glad you did it! Our next stop was ...
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 ...