Hampton Inn & Suites Tulare
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Shopping with the girls . Denise showed Nicole and I her shop. It's perfect, a great space. We head to the foothills and do a little thrift store shopping, then back to Visalia for more shopping . A little dinner , and a movie. An incredible day. Watched Some like it ...
... it was only on the return trip that we started to see the proper canyon. we had passed it on the way out and not noticed it. d'oh. kings canyon is actually america's deepest canyon. the kings river cuts 8,200 into the canyon. phew - kings canyon tick. i feel like writing to the park authority about this.
the park roads have a speed limit of 35 mph. just as well, they tend not to have many crash barriers on the ...
... sometimes through them. And the colors of the canopy was a blend of tan, gray, peach, and orange. Around Kingman the hills got higher and through the tops of them grew monuments, like statues. And I thought, like clouds it would be fun to look at them long and hard and imagine all sorts of things that they might be.
We crossed into California when we crossed the Colorado River. And the river gave life to the land around it. Even ...
... awesome! We wait in reception for Chloe... EEEEKKKKK.... YAY! Big hugs when she comes in!!! So nice to see pudding baby!!! We jump in the car and head to the airport to drop off the car. After driving around the rentals car park for 30 minutes we finally park it in the right spot! We catch the BART (SF's tube) and head back to downtown SF. We catch one of SF's famous cable cars to Fisherman's Wharf! I stand at the front and hang on the ...
... to get to the trees (the park is about the same size as the IOM), our journey also took a little longer as Mateo felt sick - he has supposedly developed car sickness in the past few weeks. When we reached the trees we took a mini hike around the area before looking at the Great Sherman - the trees weren't actually the tallest in the world but instead this tree was the largest by area. We then headed back down the mountain and stopped off to take a picture of this rock on ...