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... that used to be hotels etc. back in the 1800's. There we also found the oldest fire station in Los Angeles near by. After the walking tour finished we went to Griffiths Observatory which is on top of the hills surrounding LA. It is free to the public and gives you a great view of LA and the famous Hollywood sign. We met Steve after work back at the hotel at 4pm ...
... Road bet you can guess what they mine in Boron?! Further along the 58 we saw an exit for California City and a brown sign for Desert Tortoise Refuge. Both of us felt it was worth a side trip since it was only 13 miles. Five miles from the Refuge the pavement was exchanged for sand/dirt and the road got pretty bumpy. Harvey's innards rattled big time but we decided to carry on. After ...
... that? Well, if you filled General Sherman's trunk with water, it would hold enough water for 9,844 baths...a bath every day for 27 years!
There seems to be a small debate with the park information but the 2nd or 3rd largest Giant Sequoia is the General Grant. He's 268' tall, 107' circumference and 1,700 years old. Putting ...
... 8230;could not tell if they were almonds or pistachios…maybe both. Everything was very green and planted in neat rows. And finally we landed in Tulare, where we are settled in for the night. Tomorrow, Sequoia National Park.
By the way…the photos I am posting today were all taken from the car. It just was not feasible to stop for photo ops. So please ignore the bugs splattered on the windshield. They weren't part of the ...
... and Germany with nicknacks everywhere and some cool bear stories, very hospitable and warm. they couldn't believe we came here without a car! Their home overlooks the awesome gorge that leads up to Sequoia National Park where the largest tree in the world lives; we go and hug that mamma on Saturday. Well, they fed us when they realised we also had no food and rang around town looking for someone to drive us around for tomorrow. Good people, had some laughs and finally ...