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Dale, Justin and Lucian were due in by dinner time, no specific time except that they'd be back by evening. In the meantime, I’d promised the other kids to have fun too.
We sat around camp like lumps on a log all morning. After lunch, we headed off to the river at the End of the Road for kids to play without the dead fish they so wanted to see.
More ice cream, a special treat. But this time we picked out the ice cream that was ...
... Meadow from the falls was impossible as a sign said that hundreds of trees were down on top of the trail. But the kids scampered up and down the rocks and had fun anyway.
We drove to the Zumwalt Meadow intending to take the loop hike around the meadow but instead kept on the trail to the End of the Road. This was a beautiful hike with the meadow on one side and large trees on the other with the river flowing beside them. In some places, we walked between ...
... 8217;d eaten the day before, but there it was. But fortunately, I was in Costco when the gluten issue hit and not on a 2-lane road with no shoulder.
We left Costco and went to the grocery store next door, bought what we needed and got on the road. We decided that it was too hot, we were getting too grumpy and we would deal with laundry in Kings Canyon.
We were in Kings Canyon by 9p.m. but, Cedar Grove was another ...
... us, have a laugh and head off half an hour later.
We are expecting about a 2 hour drive back because we will be heading back up the mountains, however it seemed a lot quicker on the way up then the way down for some reason. So we make it back to the showers and our campground before dark. We enjoy dinner and soon realise we have nothing else to do but go into our tent and talk/chat before bed. We had a pretty "grown up" chat about our travels ...
... miles until we entered the Sequoia National Park. At this park we saw many of these awesome giant Sequoia trees. It was really neat to see these mammoth Redwoods. The largest tree in the world is in this park. It is called the General Sherman. They say that it is between 2000 and 3000 years old. We got a lot of great pictures of the trees. We walked ...
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