Cedar Grove Lodge
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... due to fire fighting operations there for the Rough Fire which has been burning since July. We did see some haze from smoke but not much. Apparently it's been quite bad at times. Jerry was disappointed as he was looking forward to seeing that. When we got back we learned that there is a snow advisory out for the Parks tomorrow, possibly up to 6 inches of snow. Wow. How's that for timing? 4 National Parks in a week. They were all great. Now we get to think about the fun ride ...
... a kid, rinse a kid then start over. Fortunately, Christine remembered the kids’ buckets we’d taken to the river. She’d get both buckets filled then go back for more. Everyone did get clean and dinner made and by 10pm we were pooped.
Christine and I have not had any time alone since she arrive here from China. We sat up, drank wine and talked until after 2am. She is truly a joy to know and I’m so glad for the time alone for the two of ...
It was a 15-hour drive from Craters of the Moon down and over to Kings Canyon in the west side of the Sierras. We'd planned to stop in Reno and take our granddaughter to breakfast at the Excalibur. Oops! Excalibur is in Las Vegas, we realized when we got into Reno.
We had to drive down the Central Valley, it was hot! Not what we were used to, but what we had left for the past few weeks. Ugh, we were not in the best of moods ...
... a hard time, and not tooting my own horn, but we smashed it. I cannot seriously believe how unfit people are in America. Even children who are kicking and screaming because they don’t want to walk any further… it’s just a whole new world.
It’s about 2pm and we still have so much time left, so we make a drive to the other side of the national park called Cedar Grove, Kings Canyon. It’s a long windy drive, and as we ...
... decided I would need to ration it out until I was sure it was enough. For this reason that night was to be my coldest night on the trail. The temperature dropped below freezing just like most nights in the Sierra, but with out eating a large dinner my body didn't have calories to burn and thus didn't create as much heat.
The group began to split apart the next day. I left early in the cold and within a few hours I was already above 10,000 feet. Slowly the scenery began ...