Holiday Inn Fresno-Airport
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"When I entered this sublime wilderness the day was nearly done. The trees with rosy, glowing countenances seemed to be hushed and thoughtful, as if waiting in conscious religious dependence on the sun, and one walked softly and awestricken among them."
-John Muir, writing of Giant Forest, which he explored and named
It was an early …
After a nice walk around the park and down through the peach groves and a leisurely cup of coffee this morning we begin our planning session. If we move about 45 minutes north of here it will make our trip intoYosemite National Park a little easier. There aren't a lot of RV parks for big rigs near the park entrance and besides that the flatter the roads and the less elevation the better for these houses on wheels!
We drove ...
... for the night practice where my team mate coaches jiu jitsu. This was a pretty cool experience. I was going to participate in the practice, but I didn't really feel comfortable. Jiu Jitsu involves men laying between your legs at times and I this was a bit strange to me. I was very intrigued at how there are so many different fighting disciplines and how they have all evolved.
... stopping outside LV for gas and coffee. This was one of the best coffee places we came across - there must have been 20 varieties of coffee available - bring ones own mug in and get it cheaper.
Did not stop much until arriving at Fresno CA by late afternoon. A huge 577 mile (928 km) drive. The GPS behaved itself today. On the start of our trip out of San Francisco the wife and the GPS girl were having arguments with each other - quite funny having the 2 women in my truck ...
... and there was no adverse weather for the duration of the flight. I had about a 10-knot tailwind through California, Nevada and part of Utah. When I got into Colorado the winds decided it would be fun to switch direction and gave me a 14-knot headwind. I would say that my average speed on that flight was 170 knots.
I was excited to come into Boulder because that is where I go to school. Boulder, Colorado sits right ...