Cedar Grove Lodge
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... only make it part way up because there were too many boulders and it was too steep. He and Lucian did spend time at Grouse Lake.
Dale only went up to the lake to see it then went back to his back down the hill and slept while Justin and Lucian went on.
They were certain that the other kids could not have made it up the trail so it worked out best that Justin could not get enough permits for all of us. We will do an easier hike another ...
... completely and did not fill up our fresh water tank to the top. Also, one of our propane tanks was empty, but we just started our 2nd tank. We were in too big of a hurry to get out of the heat. There wasn't a dump or any services within an hour drive.
For now we are going back to the ways of our early days of camping. Using the water from the campsite faucet and washing dishes in the big sink behind ...
... because I’ve seen some amazing tree’s in my lifetime and I was expecting outrageously giant tree’s… and this just wasn’t what I had hoped for. Mind you, we read on the information board that it’s only deemed the second largest by volume, not by height or width... So I suppose that makes sense then. We snap some shots with our Nikon and decided to check out what “Panoramic Point” was on the map (as it wasn’t too far away). ...
... re ready to risk it, definitely go that way. The nature around goes from a forest, to a small village, to... something that looks like savanna and you´re just waiting to see a giraffe or a zebra... and then it goes back to the thousands of fruit trees down under the hills. All this in a couple of miles.
By the way! Our hotel has a pool and a nice receptionist called David that checked us in last night ...
... I began to be surrounded by granite rock formations and the trees became larger and older. I got to the top of a 2,000 ft. Climb and found a cliff drop off. 10,000 ft below I could see little tiny semi trucks cruising down the 395. I gave a triumphant yell and the echos kept coming back for another 5 seconds. I was in gods country, I was in muirs country, I was officially in the high Sierra .
As another day went by I only felt as if I had found myself deeper ...