Sequoia Rv Ranch
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Very nead campground at the river. Super friendly woman at the frontdesk!
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Emma was woken abruptly at 3.30am with the 4 words that fill every parent with dread; ' Mum, I feel ill!' Got Megan out of Bessie quickly and then spent half hour sitting with her outside and then at the toilet block. Lovely!
A quick fuel fill-up and supplies run at Walmart and we were all set for the longest journey of the holiday, 384 …
Carl made some coffee and he invited us to breakfast. Egg and bacon! :-) Carl convinced us to go to the Sequoia Park to see THE biggest tree in the world!! After breakfast an packing our tent we walked over to Gals and her husband. We sat outside on there terrace and talked a bit. Gale's husband suggested us where to go in the Sequoia park. …
... close to full during the Spring and Summer. We drove down to the water’s edge and it reminded us so much of Lake Havasu City so we decided to go ahead and cook our dinner there of Kielbasa spaghetti—so good! We took some pictures of the beautiful sunset and now we’re on our way again. We were planning to head towards death valley, but we decided to head back towards San Luis Obispo for a couple more days and get in a little bit more of California coast before heading back east. ...
... you could go on plus a large grocery store, laundry and a place to eat if you wanted to.
Bikes stayed on the back of the van this time and we put our walking shoes on. Did a 5 klm walk on a well worn track to see the sequoia trees. Amazing, these trees stop growing in height at the tree canopy but the bases continue to grow. The biggest one we saw was about 2,800 years old and had grown out at the base to be as wide as our ...
... it. Lots of people told me I'd love it but they didn't expound upon it. I don't think you can; it's just one of those places you have to see for yourself.
I stopped at Lodegpole Center, mostly to catch my breathe & get my bearings (the Ranger at the front gate was kind of short in attitude so I had a ton of questions & wanted to see how much further it was to my camp.) The Rangers there were very helpful & I got info about everything I can ...