BEST WESTERN Liberty Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and we went up to Shaver Lake and the Grove. It was spectacular with several giant sequoia. I paced around one and it had a 27 metre girth. There were also some giant redwoods and other huge pines.
After we'd seen the grove, Bill said he wanted to show me his favourite place and we headed off on a one lane sealed track up Kaiser Pass which has the Methuselah trees which are believed to be the oldest living trees on ...
... and started the longest van day. I have been enjoying chilling in the van after a hectic couple of days. I think I'm starting to get sick too which sucks but I think was inevitable. I have been eating more mandarins than I thought humanly possible. The desert is definitely not a forgiving environment. My face and hands have completely dried out. I have almost gone through an entire Chapstick. I'm looking forward to slightly more moist climates that are coming up. ...
... Fortunately Tera Rankin, who was our wrangler and guide, was very quick to spot the problem and sort it out. However, at least for a short period we can say that 3 of us were enjoying a horse-back ride whilst one of us was enjoying a horse-side ride! For our rides we were teamed up with a lively Californian couple; Norma and Thomas who are regular, twice a year visitors to Rankin’s and so well qualified to show us the ropes, quite literally. ...
... California Kingsnakes. All poisonous . . lol. . Luckily none of them gave any attention to me in the slightest. The day before that though we encountered a very angry rattlesnake that was rattling its tail so hard it aounded like a never ending cats hiss. It was quite angry. None of us laid eyes on it but it was in a bush that was literally over hanging the trail. After some time it moved to a bush further away and we all made a mad dash down the trail past it. Nicks new ...
About 20 years ago we took our 3 pre-teen boys to Dorothy Chandler, The Music Center, to hear Vivaldi's "The 4 Seasons". We went to the lecture before the concert where the conductor played music which had actually been recorded at a historic music hall. I don’t remember which hall the music was recorded at any more but I do remember that my middle son and I looked at each other and said that we needed to go to Europe to ...