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Travel Blogs from Three Rivers
Written by Corey
The sequoias were something that I had on my list as a must-see for this trip. But as the time got closer for us to head there, we started to check out the weather and saw cold and snow in the forecast. We talked about changing course and driving up the coast instead of going to Sequoia, but I knew I would be disappointed …
... a road that lead to three different campgrounds, and with a little trust from Gabe we took the right turn up the road. The first one we came to was for campers with horses, not us. We continued up the road to the next campground, as I almost lost Gabe’s faith that there would be another campground when we found it. We saw no real way to enter the campground, no site numbers, and no fee station. I quickly researched the site in the 20 page newsletter we were given at the entrance, ...
... were so numerous I started a lizard count:
final tally was 32. Birds are everywhere, too. I spotted a few flickers
(even found some red-shafted feathers at our campsite!), a meadowlark,
some Stellar's jays, two mountain bluebirds, juncos, tons of robins and a
gorgeous bird with a yellow body, orange cap and black wings. Any
The human wildlife was more friendly, but no ...
... I had beautiful baked catfish and Yvonne had steak. We shared a cherry pie, made on the premises, and it was great. We had passed plenty of roadside fruit stalls so we were sure the fruit would be fresh. It was great with a bottle of wine and the Sequoia National Park in the background. Another tourist couple must have liked the place as they were back for at least their second meal there.
... time consuming but it was a nice drive.
The crystal cave driveway is about 3 miles but it still took us 25 min. to get there. Once we arrived we had to put all scented or could be scented things in a special bear locker. Then we had to hike half a mile on a steep hill down. The caves were a refreshing 50 degrees year round and there are a lot of bats. The tour was nice but they lied a lot about how millions of years ago the creek carved ...