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... world. This was the first time during the day Emmett had his meltdown. We had to wake him from napping and he was not happy. About once a day he has been going into meltdown mode. I guess that isn't too bad considering he is only 5.
After Grant's we checked in at our hotel (about a 45 minute drive). The Wuksachi was pretty decent, especially after the tent cabins in Yosemite. The temp was pretty cool-in the low 70's. We ate at ...
Nach sengender Hitze im Death Valley ging es als nächstes in den Sequoia National Park um auf über 2000 m wieder ein bisschen Höhenluft schnuppern, wo es bei angenehmen 25-33°C je nach Höhenlage in der alpenähnlichen Berggegend riesige Mammutbäume, Kojoten, kalifornische Hirsche und Bären zu bewundern gab. Hier ist einfach alles etwas größer als normal, wie ihr auf den Fotos sehen könnt. Die Landschaft und vor allem die ganzen Tiere zu beobachten ist ...
That is totally not false advertising it really was giant trees! I knew I really wanted to see redwoods on my trip. In my mind I was thinking of the costal redwoods I had seen as a child. These where the sequoia and they where not as tall but much wider bases and unbelievablyI cool. ...
... heavy with produce. Cherry tree were bursting red. Needless to say, we stopped and feasted on a variety of fresh, local fruit every day.
The unexpected cool weather combined with snow in the mountains prevented us from exploring the high elevations of this area as much as we had planned. However, we now have a reason to return and know exactly where we want to go.
Enjoy the ride! Just remember to pack your snow chains anywere in the High Sierras!
... and then he picked her up. We stopped for lunch at a nice picnic area beside a small brook and finished the rest of the drive through the Park at a leisurely pace.
When we exited the Park, the GPS was telling us one way to go back to the campground that would be about 45 minutes, but on the map, it looked like there was another way to go that would take us through some small towns and ...