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Travel Blogs from Fresno
... these extra wide places in the road so you and I could take in the beauty of the spot? On this road the saying rings ever so true..... It's not about the destination but about the journey.
Just a word of wisdom...the next time you see something truly beautiful along the way, don't keep driving or walking. Stop and pull off the road or turn around and go back. Soak it in if you don't have a camera or take some pictures if you do but ...
... of tee shirts, a few postcards and a bookmark. Got to have those souvenirs!
We arrived at Grant Grove, Kings Canyon, where we took an easy walk with Frank telling us about these giant trees, including the General Grant, the Nation's Christmas Tree and a national shrine. We learned that the giant sequoia is Earth's largest living tree by virtue of its volume. They grow only on the west slope of the Sierra ...
... still alive. I was a bit
disappointed with the controlled fire the government had done. I mean the trees
lived two thousand years naturally so why does the government need to mess with
them? They had killed several of them with their man made fires. We met a
couple on their honeymoon from London who we gave our SF city passes to. We had
a nice chat with them. We then drove to Fresno and on to pine flat lake where
we’re spending the night. Peace to my ***** ...
... she was kind and polite and we told her we were on our way back to the car, and she smiled and let us go on our way.
After lunch in the village in King's Canyon, we found our way to the General Grant tree, which is even more secluded from the roadway. And we walked up to see it. It is the third largest tree in the world at 40 feet in diameter at the base and 107 feet in circumference, and that square foot area is a lot larger than our first house.
... day job to help subsidise the ranch for 30 years. In the early days the vineyard would break even one year, make a profit the next and then make a loss they didn't produce their own wine in those days or crush their grapes they sold them to bigger vineyards in the area so the Hendry family couldn't rely on a steady income from the ranch alone, hence the eldest son sent out to earn his crust and support the family (John did you get that?) Anyway George began replanting ...