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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 …
... me know to be on the look-out for a bear & her cubs. Found them! At a distance, they were just hanging out & one of the cubs climbed down the tree. It was adorbs. Stoked I got to see them because I've heard there's so many around. Well, the falls were neat; small this year, due to low-snow fall in the winter. And the rocks that would need to be climbed in order to touch the water were beyond my comfort level. So worth all the views though.
On the way back ...
... deer again. To keep it short, we can tell you that the sequoia is really a big tree, with a beautiful red and soft bark. We almost broke our necks looking up for so long and even drove through one of them. But the two wild bear encounters we had that day truly made that day exceptional. It is a magical moment to witness a wild animal, but seeing a bear was really lucky and one of those unique moments of a lifetime.
... and pipelines. The main purpose is water supply but other purposes include flood control, power generation, recreation, fish and wildlife enhancement, and water quality improvement in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. This was a most interesting and informative stop. From the parking lot of the visitor’s center we could see many, many windmills on the hills opposite us on the other side of the reservoir.
At 1:30 we were driving ...
... did not survive my rolled up magazine!
The next morning, the roof of the van looked like a massacre had taken place, so I had to clean it. We set off for the Sequoia forest. Parked in the museum carpark and caught the bus to the top. We walked backed through the forest to the van. The biggest tree was General Sherman, it really was huge! The walk was lovely and peaceful once we had left the crowds. It was a stretch, but worth it to wander around those magnificent ...
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