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... nope boat tour today! Guess how much they charge you for the half day for a small patio boat...?!
Almost...it coast onehundret dollares!!!!
For lunch we had bread & i had the rice cakes ;-))
We found the perfect campground right next to the river! really nice out here!
We collected wood for a fire & that's when we met Gale and her ...
... when I explained why I was there. Most disturbing was a man, spongy, office worker type guy who showed up from the Lone Pine side of the mountain in tennis shoes, shorts, a light jacket and a day pack who was stumbling around looking rather discombobulated and finally turned to head to the summit. We honestly worried that he might have altitude issues and was headed to hypothermia.
As I held firmly to my place in the rocks, having somewhat inane ...
... my bear canister to a pocket in my pack for easy access, but wouldn't end up touching it at all during the day.
Jody had some real trouble and pain from her ill-fitted pack and some adjustments were made that really helped her have a much easier time and she was a new woman.
The morning was pretty darn cold but quickly warmed up as we began to hike. Craig has decided that he would bring up the rear and I had to just accept that he'd be breathing ...
... to try to get to Kings Canyon National Park which is just north of Sequoia, but we ran out of time. We can only leave our dogs for so long back in the RVs, so we decided we will see that another time.
We enjoyed staying at this campground because we practically have it to ourselves. Their season ended Labor Day weekend. There are two other RVs here besides us, so that’s nice. Our dogs can run free. The wi-fi is iffy and ...
... We headed up scenic Dry Creek Rd west of Lake Kaweah. It amazed us the number of people who lived in the area raising horses and cattle. We entered Sequoia National Forest/Giant Sequoia National Monument and after a stop at the visitor center we took a scenic winding road (of course) to get to the higher altitude as the Sequoia's only grow above 5000 feet. We stopped at General Grants Grove and took the walkway path around the giant trees. Not sure why one of the trees is called ...