BEST WESTERN Exeter Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... shotgun was only required if yelling at them didn't work, seemed like a big step to me.
The bears decided yelling and the occasional thrown rock was scary enough and headed off, and we did the same. We beat the roadworks and took a detour to another drive through tree, this one a tunnel cut into a fallen tree. From there we headed to Moro rock another granite outcrop. Despite sitting out Buck Rock Denise made the hike up, even though these stairs were even ...
... s largest tree. It was a sight to see, but perhaps thwarted slightly by the fences keeping you back and crowds of tourists. At Boole, we could walk right up to the tree and touch the trunk, so I think it was a bit more impressive in that sense. Still, Sherman was lovely and was surrounded by an extensive grove of sequoias towering all around. From Sherman, we headed on the Congress Trail, to Alta Vista Trail, to Soldiers Trail, towards Moro Rock. It was ...
... Andrew from the snowboard though. After another great buffet meal - lunch served in the big dining room full of families dining together, we all had a rest before heading out for some more sledding! Even Ruthy and a Smoothie made it down the hill on a tube! It was fun! Joash completely wiped out Micah who went down ahead and fell off...wish we had that on camera. The boys continued long after we ...
... but it never got one coot. You could barely see the eagle in a tree across the lake when he told me what happened. I took a picture, but it’s difficult to see.
Anyway, we were THRILLED as always to get hot showers as we don’t always know when we’ll see a KOA or what our next destination is going to be.
We were excited to see more of the giant trees and I wondered if the people who first saw them thousands of years ago wondered if they ...
... hide, but as we returned to the Sierra Nevada range from the orc******** it's western flanks there was no sign of anything large. In fact it looked like typical sub-alpine stragglers, with nothing above the tree-line. We were still perplexed as we entered the park, and were starting to wonder what all the fuss was about. We collected our park map and began the 1,000m climb into the mythical forest of monster ...