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Travel Blogs from Horseshoe Bend
May 27th – Day 23
Today was the drive into Sequoia
National Park. The length of our RV meant we couldn't take the
closest route into the park. We're 31 foot and the tight switchbacks
meant that only vehicles less than 22 foot could use that road.
Instead we needed to leave Visalia and drive an hour north before
heading into the Park. It meant a ...
'I try to live my life where I end up at a point where I have no regrets. So I try to choose the road that I have the most passion on because then you can never really blame yourself for making the wrong choices. You can always say you're following your passion.'
Today is an exciting day. I just received a text from my mobile network saying: 'Hey there, World Traveller! World Traveller is now active on your account- great choice. ...
... day we visited a farmers market filled with fresh California grown produce. We got these different types and flavors of pistachios. We brought back some for Isaac and my dad. Then, we went to the third street promenade near the bay and had a fantastic time shopping the streets with my mom. I ended up buying a lot of things and got a feel for L.A culture. We spent the evening with a beautiful sunset on the bay and spoke to an interesting WWII veteran. We then proceeded to a ...
We flew out of LAX at 5:45pm after parking in a long term parking lot at 12:00. The very nice Indian lot attendant kept joking that we should go for a drive and lunch before taking the shuttle to the airport. Yes, we were a little early for our flight, but we didn't want to take the chance of getting stuck in LA traffic and we had to ...
... pictures and videos of other huge redwoods, General Sherman was definitely the Big Daddy of them all! And pine cones....they look like something that came out of the prehistoric era!
But what I can't send a picture of is the smell, sound and feeling of being at 7000 feet in a forest of magnificent sequoias and redwood trees. The huge sequoias catch the wind and hum. Those of you who have been to ...