BEST WESTERN Exeter Inn & Suites
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... as the top portion of the sequoias would shatter as they fell so only 40 – 60 feet of a 200 foot tall tree would be useful as lumber. 270 were cut and about 100 mature sequoia are currently present.
From Neder Grove we went into Yosemite Park and took the Glacier Point Road. This was a 45 minute drive up the side of a mountain. Yes, Peg had me going up (and of course back down) a twisty curvy road on the side ...
... and it's a sequoia. We also saw eight sequoias together. They are called the Parker Group. We got drive under a sequoia that fell. There was also one we could walk through. After that we went back to our campsite and started unloading. It went by quickly because everybody helped really well. Dinner got made really quickly. We had chili. It tasted good and warmed is up because it was a ...
... into his home. We knew that the trail would eventually loop around, but not willing to take the risk of how far (remember....20,000 steps by now!) we turned back around and went out the way we came in. WHAT A TREAT! We had been walking with two ladies and a couple for the most part, and right in front of the couple, a bear walked out of the meadow and onto the path!! He was seemingly oblivious to the eight people following behind. He (or she?) lumbered on ...
... might rain. So we walked back to our car and saw a chipmunk on our way :-) When we were driving out of the park we saw a wolf!!!!! oh wow!!! Amazing!! So let's drive back home! We wanted to stop in a sports bar or somewhere to watch the basketball game. After a while we realized that today was tJune, 5 and we missed the game :( This road trip was so beautiful and so much fun !!! ...
... you could see how far down their four-year drought has dropped the water level.
Arriving at Sequoia National Park, the Rangers gave us maps and a newspaper with lots of pertinent facts about the Park. Sequoia was the second National Park to be established in 1890 (the first being Yellowstone in 1872). It was established to protect the Sequoia trees. These trees are the ...