RiverFront Cabins Kaweah General Store
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... that works for me.
Stopped in coarsegold at vons and i bought rice cakes & watermelon for 1.99$. Oh wow...not even chewing gum...because of sugar!
In lemon cove we saw a bunch of orange trees!! Mmmhhh!!! And a windrose on the street ;-)
At lake Kaweah we stopped at the lemon hill recreation area. We asked for the boat rental rates...mmmhh...wait ...
... came to look for something to eat. First, we stayed inside of our car because we figured that the bear mum might be aggressive since she was accompanied by her baby. Then, our camera ran out of battery and I decided to get another camera from the back of our car. I was a bit scared but when I saw the bears didnīt even notice I was out I couldnīt resist staying outside where I felt much closer to these amazing creatures. Even though the bears seemed to be completely ...
... brought down to show people. One of the first park managers cut down a tree and realized that he had just destroyed about 3,000 years of life and he then became a proponent for protecting them.
While we were viewing the trees, a really nice guy from Michigan stopped to talk to us. He took a bunch of pictures of us with the trees using our panoramic feature on our camera. In fact, he lay down on the ground in the dirt and shot ...
... always be grateful for.
The next day, temperatures were in the upper 50's and there were no clouds in the sky when we headed out for Kings Canyon, about an hour and a half drive from our campsite. The size of our national parks is unreal. They are absolutely huge, and it often takes a long time to get from one area to another. It seems to us that you need a minimum of four nights in any of them to see everything you are interested in, and even then ...
... in our truck. I don't know how the people driving big, wide RVs did it. But we made it up, and the sequoias were amazing. I probably shouldn't even try to describe them, because it won't work. It's not just the size, but the color, feel, and smell were just awesome. And some of them had been alive for over 2,500 years. I think the guy we met at the RV park put it best when said that being up there in the sequoias was like being in ...