Holiday Inn Express Madera
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May 27th – Day 23
Today was the drive into Sequoia
National Park. The length of our RV meant we couldn't take the
closest route into the park. We're 31 foot and the tight switchbacks
meant that only vehicles less than 22 foot could use that road.
Instead we needed to leave Visalia and drive an hour north before
heading into the Park. It meant a ...
... good condition. We drove in and out of very light rain and, because we weren't in any big hurry, we made a couple of quick stops through some small towns. Obviously, these small towns were home to the latino community who work the fields, orchards and groves. No doubt they work very hard for little money and their communities are a reflection of their income.
We began ...
... cool and my body felt active. We jogged about a mile and saw Bertha ahead of us. How in the world did she knew we were here! She made an excited face and yelled, "I want to touch your hair!" Bertha began to chase us so Pakou and I ran for our lives home. Although we got home safely, Bertha sat on the front yard waiting for us to come ...
... National Park. This was another most beautiful drive. It was dramatic and unlike anything we had seen before. The mountains were now rounded and silver grey. They had been worn smooth by many thousands of years of weather and stood out in contrast against the pine forests beneath them. It was quite busy here with walkers, cyclists and campers. It was a summer weekend after all. We weren't aware of the time because, like we had done before, ...
... rented out our house (the housing market had collapsed so no hope of selling it) and packed our bags for Ankara, Turkey for a teaching position at Bilkent Laboratory and International School. This is the anthologoy of our travels and adventures as we set out in June, 2008. ...