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... br style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">Being incredibly lazy, I thought, 'oh well, that doesn't really matter, I can cope in the dark...' then I realised that I could not distinguish the shampoo from the conditioner in the pitch black, so would have to get out and re-charge the light.
As this Naiad stirred to rise out of the water, the slight movement turned the light back on.
... all the way to 843 feet above sea level, landing in the town of Three Rivers, population 2,182. The town's name comes from its location near the junction of the North, Middle, and South Forks of the Kaweah River.
Three Rivers bills itself as the gateway to Sequoia National Park. We exit the park and wonder what kind of two-fer tomorrow will bring.
To view today's route from Oakhurst to Three Rivers, click here.
... ick) and a piece of bread with peanut butter and raisins , frowning at the trouble of making the oatmeal that I'd planned on having daily. I started the day empowered and ready
Day 3 was supposed to be our easiest day but with the most mileage covered. It was actually pretty taxing due to the multiple ups and downs that were viewed as "easy" because there were no major passes to cover.
I started out with Crystal and we enjoyed some easy ...
... land-speed with the view of how far we still had to go and the chill and falling shadows pushing us in hopes we would not have to come in and set up camp with headlamps on. There were some beautiful meadows with some deer that we sped past, wishing we had more time, but forging on with the hopes of an easier day tomorrow. Heather and Craig blazed ahead. Erik was somewhere, probably close behind and Crystal and David were not too far ahead.
At one point ...
... been in awe of such a place - and yet still their need for money and profit saw them have a devastating affect on the natural environment. We came to a small clearing surrounded by several giants together and so we pulled over. We hadn't had lunch and so we unpacked our cooler and ate some wraps with cheese and ham. As we sat and munched, Wendy suddenly said to me "has it just got dark?" it was as if a blanket had been draped over the sun… ahead, through a ...