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... largest living thing. It was a famous Sequoia tree and it's name was General William. It was so big. Every year it grows bigger. My dad told us that. It was more than one hundred degrees. Not anything like Ohio. The elevation was 900 to 7,000. It was amazing to us. Then we came back and showered. Then we got back on the rode to head to Awesome, Amazing Las Vegas. See ya there!!!!!!!
Kennedy Meadows Campground (near Ridgecrest, CA)
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A long day...a long, loooong day. But a more successful day than I could
have predicted. Not only did both Andrew's and my flights go off
without a hitch, but so did our hitches! And a hitchless hitchhike is a
very refreshing (and contradictory...) thing. We rental-carred our way
from LAX to Ridgecrest, where we picked up a few supplies ...
... who had this cool pop up trailer thing that we went to have a look around - like a caravan/tent but collapses into the size of a trailer. Very clever and would be great for all the festivals back in the UK!
Back at the camp ground, the kids met up with Ashton again and he had a barbie with us, followed by free icecream courtesy of the campground. They all gave each other hugs goodbye...and big excitement all around for Universal Studios tomorrow morning.
... black and white stripes and raced across the path in front of us. I had a slight hysterical fit and a panic attack, almost climbing onto M’s back – I have a pathological aversion to snakes. I couldn’t wait to get back to the motel room.
We had dinner at the hotel restaurant (didn’t want to go too far as I thought the snakes were out to get me). Superb steak and lovely buttery prawns with a very friendly ...
So I finally saw everything I wanted to see - in English - yesterday at Disneyland. Our day started when Heide turned on the light at 6am to tell us it was 6, seeing we were planning on arriving at just before 10. We did, and Dah arrived to greet us, just outside the kennel club. Then we went through - my favourite bit was where we just whizzed through and got handed guest passes. (It's so great knowing someone who works there. WOW is great for networking. Who'da thought?) We ...