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... if Karen saw any of it. We learned after driving 6,000 feet in the air most of the time on this trip that she is afraid of heights.
They said that as they drove through Bakersfield they saw hundreds of oil and gas wells just strewn everywhere along the highway. We learned that a large portion of our domestic oil comes from that area. Also, the San Joaquin Valley is full of citrus orchards as we saw on our way. They also grow almonds, pistachios, ...
... 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 ...
... and made into flours plus what they caught fish, deer etc. the rock near the edge has huge handmade ground out holes from women grinding and chatting. The scenery is simply amazing. We plan to go up to see the huge trees called sequoia in the morning on our way to Yosemite. Grateful we have no bookings because the days are so short especially when we don't seem to be able to get away til 10am, so we aren't getting ...
... gps was a little slow which caused me to miss a few turns. I 'm still trying to determine which puts me on edge more, the NJ turnpike or the 5 just out of SF. Both have a tremendous amount of truck traffic, construction, congestion, etc.. I believe the thing that the 5 apart is the 5-6 lanes compared to 3-4 on the NJ turnpike. Plus the road is awful. Tuns of potholes, construction zones, etc..
The trip from SF to Three Rivers which is just ...
... Met another solo female traveler, from Russia, named Anastasia. She spends a lot of time in the States but this was also her first time in Sequoia. From there, I took the shuttle to a place called Moro Rock.
Moro Rock is this big slab of granite that's been honed by wind & the elements. Some psychos decided the view from atop it would be rad (which it is) & decided to install stairs on the thing (I don't really know if they were psychos, but anyone ...