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... that are joined into one) without too many difficulties and thankfully, we arrived in the afternoon. However, I had not made a reservation so I was nervous that there wouldn't be any availability. Could you imagine telling Turner that he had to drive back down the mountain after a 7 hour drive? Luckily, space was not an issue. We stayed at Lodgepole Campground, the campground nearest the Giant Forest which is where the famous grove of Sequoias grow. We decided to stay ...
That morning we said goodbye to Ben and Amanda and hit the road again. We realized that they were our last friends who were hosting us in the USA and it would be just us from now on. Since we had a long way ahead of us we needed to depart very early (at about 7.00). Finally we left at 7.30.
Gonzalo was driving for nearly 8 hours in a row! The distance between Windsor (Sonoma County) and Sequoia National Park is more than 300 miles (480km!). We stopped only once ...
... brush my teeth, but my stuff is in my bear canister and I don't want to go out and get it. Last night I picked my teeth clean with a cable tie. I'm doing that again tonight. Tomorrow I'll enjoy a toilet, a shower, hopefully a bath and a frightening look in a mirror. Weirder by the day.
Guitar Lake to Outpost Camp
2.7 miles to trail junction, 1.9 to summit (14,495 ft)
Trail crest is at 13,600 feet
Miles from trail crest to Outpost Camp 5.1
... to refill all my water bottles and was struck at who I Was...so far from Stay At Home, Carpool Mom, Fighting with my weight Mom. I had become Mountain Over-coming Mom, Getting my own dang water from the stream Mom. I Can do it by my own self gal. No longer defined by my former daily routine. ...and obviously, not concerned with any glamour or vanity issues. Surprisingly the idea / fear of running into a bear had fallen way back on the list of thoughts. This is ...
... they need fire to drop their seed and the cone only opens once it is burnt. As a result they are giants but all are fire damaged a some are hollowed out by fire but just keep growing.
None of our photos tell the scale of these trees. We took a 5 mile walk that gently turned into an eight mile walk as the shuttles were small and the crowds were large. Walking among them, leaving the crowds at General Sherman, the largest living tree (not the tallest, or ...
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