Sequoia Rv Ranch
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Very nead campground at the river. Super friendly woman at the frontdesk!
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Today was an amazing day. We had a very leisurely start to the day after a great first nights' sleep, then headed up to the Seqouia National Park which sits at around 4,000 ft above sea level. The change in temperature was amazing: 90 degrees in the campsite compared to late 70s in the national park.
It is famous for its giant sequoia …
Today was a big day! We left the comfort zone of our Pasadena hotel and arrived at the Airstream Depot, ready to pick up our car and caravan.
We had a lengthy but very thorough demonstration on how to hitch and unhitch the caravan, and how everything inside worked, from the cooker to the shower to the toilet.
Zach and I had a …
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. …
... centre piece the giant General Sherman tree, supposedly over 2000 years old and the biggest tree by volume in the world. The return to the car park here was quite strenuous due to steepness and altitude (7000 ft).Our concern about bears here was allayed by a park ranger. Sequoia has black bears, while wild and dangerous if they can sense food, but they avoid humans in the wild. I only got one brief glimpse of one while driving. The rest of the day was ...