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... about John Muir and his work studying Environmental Studies in college, and bits and pieces started coming back to me. Standing on the same rock that he gave a very important speech on to The Sierra Club was an experience, and looking at the beauty around us, I couldn't help but feel gratitude. Muir Rock is a huge rock jutting out over a river so you can look both up and downstream, or look across the river to the towering mountain cliff. We breathed it ...
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Today i headed back up the General's Highway, it was the first time that the road over to Kings Canyon was open so i drove all the way to the Grant Grove. The Generals Highway is a lovely road through the forest, it identified the altitude band at which Sequoias thrive, there were large clusters of them and was so picturesque and it was cool to see some ...
As we approached Sequoia National Park this morning, we noticed snow on the mountain tops in the distance. We had agreed that we would not drive further than seeing snow on the road. As we entered into the park we decided to stop at the visitor's center and ask a couple questions. "How far are the beeg trees?" and "Is there snow on the roads?" The lady answered, 17 miles and about 45 minutes to get ...
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While I was driving around he saw this large group of coots huddled together towards the center of the water. When he was fishing he heard them make a loud whooshing noise like they were trying to fly away and he was surprised that at the distance he was from them that he had startled him, but when he looked up to see why they were rushing away he saw a bald eagle circling above and then swoop down on them! He was cheering on ...
... hide, but as we returned to the Sierra Nevada range from the orc******** it's western flanks there was no sign of anything large. In fact it looked like typical sub-alpine stragglers, with nothing above the tree-line. We were still perplexed as we entered the park, and were starting to wonder what all the fuss was about. We collected our park map and began the 1,000m climb into the mythical forest of monster ...