Motel 6 Visalia
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and when we got to the next visitor centre, we asked about the road conditions. The ranger said they were fine and advised us on which roads to follow so it wouldn’t be too twisty. As we followed the General Highway, it started snowing more and more and accumulating on the ground. Before we knew it we were in the middle of a snow storm and had no choice but to keep on going. It was a white knuckle drive for awhile as we wound our way down ...
... we headed straight to the rock climbing wall. This wall didn't have mini ledges like the last one and instead you had to grip onto little cracks in the wall - I had 2 attempts and managed to almost reach the top on both attempts - the wall was pretty smooth by then. After that we had a go at lazerblast - my screen didn't work so I had no idea what was happening half of the time. We definitley didn't follow the rules and walk like we were meant to. This place was ...
I have joined the local road cycling club and have been out riding with them almost every weekend. It was a little embarrassing that within 15 minutes of meeting everyone I managed to get stuck in my cleats and fall over... I did the Hungry Buzzard ride and ended up doing the 50 mile event instead of the 40 mile event. It was good fun and the ...
... isn't raised it is lowered with air bag suspension. The other common modification is the addition of dual wheels on the back requiring modification of the back panels. The funny thing is that more often then not, there is nothing in the back of these trucks. For some reason I have taken to making an album of them so hopefully someone enjoys.
Some new friends Troy and Patty invited me to their Morro Bay beach house ...
Sequoia and Kings Canyons National Parks are two separate parks, but share some of the same boundaries. Sequoia was first made into a national park in 1890 followed by Kings Canyon in 1940. Kings Canyon was formed when Ice Age glaciers descended to carve deep canyons. In the upper part of the mile high canyon, the gorges show the U-shaped profile characteristic of glacial grouping. At its lower elevations they resume the V shape of water carved canyons. Kings Canyon ...