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Travel Blogs from Exeter
... groves and vineyards. Then onto oil wells, rocky mountainous areas, salt bush and cactii.
Then up to the High Sierra's we progressed to 7500 feet. Note we are not in metric here!!! Amazing views, huge trees and very windy roads. Drop dead Beautiful scenery, evidence of snow.
Being Spring in an alpine area the clean up is in progress after the snow. Long delays occur and it takes 8 hours to arrive at our destination.
But it is worth it. ...
... 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.
... a road that lead to three different campgrounds, and with a little trust from Gabe we took the right turn up the road. The first one we came to was for campers with horses, not us. We continued up the road to the next campground, as I almost lost Gabe’s faith that there would be another campground when we found it. We saw no real way to enter the campground, no site numbers, and no fee station. I quickly researched the site in the 20 page newsletter we were given at the entrance, ...
... river running a few meters away. Its bloody cold water. This is the run off from the mountain tops. A nice BBQ and some beers tonight are on the cards. The ribs have been seasoning for 24 hours Yumm.
Our RV is too big to drive to the crystal caves so a long hike to the waterfalls is on the cards. We could have done our laundry but can't be bothered as ...
... could watch them all day. But
Andrew(who I will refer to as Shaggy, his trail name, from now on) and I
eventually pulled away, hiking a few more miles and making camp here
beneath some enormous, fire-blackened Ponderosa pines. A leisurely
dinner and some map studying, and it was early to bed for us. Hopefully
that will mean early to rise, and we can get to our first pass tomorrow
before things heat ...