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... Sequoia National Park because they were surrounded by snow which was different than in Yosemite-- just made it all the more majestic and magical. There isn’t enough I could say about these trees and the pictures, though amazing, just don’t do them justice so I hope each of you get a chance to see them one day for yourself.
The drive leaving the park on Generals Highway was undoubtedly one of the most beautiful drives I’ve ever been on. It was ...
... park and so we were going down; to turn around meant going up.
As we rounded the next corner, the road sloped downwards for about 100 yards before another bend took the road around the next corner. I dabbed the brakes. Big mistake. The car skidded and I could hear the snow crouching underneath the car. The car started to move toward the drop on the right hand side. I gently eased the wheel into the opposite direction and slowly the car moved over…. ...
... of earth's third largest tree, named after General Ulysses S. Grant shortly after the civil war. The "Fallen Monarch" before which Dick is standing has variously served as a cabin, a hotel, a saloon, and a stable.
In the Giant Forest, so named by John Muir, we learned of the giant strides that the National Park Service has made in recent years in protecting these trees. Beginning in ...
... weeks prior to his scheduled wedding to Lea Michele (Rachel from the cast) was one of the saddest bits of news we heard while on our trip.)
We climbed back into our carts (Guess who bumped her head. Ouch!) and we drove past more stage doors, actually visiting the set of the current medical reality show The Doctors (meh). Our guide returned us to the main gift shop for more shopping (one more glance at Fred) and then we went back to our car to make our way out of ...
... the ideal growing conditions for these beast to grow to their size. Our first stop was General Sherman. It is the largest living organism in the world and is estimated to be 1200 years old. Another words, That ***** is BIG and old! See attached pics.... Woke up to another beautiful day, June 30, left by way of the Giant Forest, to have one last look at the trees, and now we are heading to Monterey, CA to pick up Jake. Can't wait ...