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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 …
... We headed up on the shuttle to Dome rock for a walk to the top and a ranger talk. A bit of a climb, although a good path and steps, puffing and panting as we went as we gained quite a bit of altitude in a short time so the air was quite thin. Great view from the top, unfortunately there is quite a lot of pollution in the valley , the don’t know how this will affect the trees in ...
... to take pictures and drink some water.
We left LA and headed north to our next destination, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. At first the drive was straight and flat, through the San Joaquin valley. We had to slow down once for traffic, backed up because of a small fire on the side of the road. We watched as firefighters battled the grass fire, supplemented by helicopters cascading water from above. As we crept by the scene, it appeared the fire may have ...
... area. It helps to build up the tapestry of experience this country has to offer.
We had a full day's drive to Sequoia National Park, a big challenge for a normally left sided driver. There were large delays for road works. We drove through amazing mountain forests with patches of snow beside the road and distant snow covered peaks interspersed with awesome granite outcrops. Scenery that was as good as I had seen. The ...
... a little more than 300 feet tall and over 2,200 years old, WOW! Standing next to this tree was one of my most favorite things we have done so far.
Before heading back to camp we drove back to the Big Trees trail to Moro Road (which was closed to car traffic earlier) to go and see the tunnel log. This is a tree that had fallen over and had a carved section that cars could drive through. We had to see this and drive the car through the tree, so Gabe drove the car ...