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... like safari land or the aussie outback. There must have been cowboy movies shot here. I'll try to upload a pic soon. The sceneray then changed to the most barren short brown grass prarie you could imagine, almost more desolate than the Mojave. From there we are now headed north from Visalia. This area has tons of orchards, grape vines and olives. Even some cotton. Endlesss miles of these and surprisingly this area is super dry. The ...
From Santa Cruz I headed south along Hwy 1 which runs as close to the Pacific as you can get. It was another great scenic drive. I stopped in a state park just off the highway and got the very last tent site under the big bridge above. Several other ocean state camp sites were full. The Pacific clearly attracts the crowds. I intended to drive all the way to the KOA in San Luis Obispo a further 80 miles south but got lucky. My ...
... of the trip held around the 108 degree mark.
Much of the day was spent driving through the desert. The scenery changed constantly, but it was always desert. At times it was more grass, at times it was more trees, there were occasional houses and dirt roads to connect them to the outside world, I guess. We encountered many craggy hills with desert plants growing out of the rocks, and the road weaved around them, between them, over ...
... rest of their lovely family. It's an early start the next morning as we need to return the hire car to San Fran by 12pm. So a quick facetime to ma n pa then we set off from the Halpin Cisneros residence. It's 6.30am and the sun hasn't even risen yet! It's another nice drive in the sunshine passing more wind turbines on route. Jane told us about these! Nice to see California helping save the planet! We drive over the Bay Bridge into SF. ...
... bear country, so we shouldn't worry, just be aware and keep walking while giving him distance. So we proceed, with me dragging my feet making lots of noise (this was in the guidebook-noise!), and I snapped a pic of him! He really was cute! We finished out trail, then went back to the museum and caught another shuttle to the big Sherman tree, the largest tree (by volume) in the US. When we got there- we were amazed! He really was so big, ...
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