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 …
... at Point B, even before I start Point A. But it is a road/ cruise and it will take time. You just have to keep going. Step by step as they say. That's what traveling has taught me. The patience and the determination to accomplish my Life goals. And to travel the Road of Passion.
Because, 'on the road and traveling - that's when people are at their most creative.'
See you soon!
V2Be Around the World in 365 Days.
It has been a great day and a half with Lily and her family! Got into Fresno, checked in the hotel and with Lily. After a short rest, we went to Lil and Minnie's, Lil's sister. We were joined by Minnie's son, Rick and his wife, Doris, and Minnie's daughter, Darlene, and her husband, Ron. The eight of us went to dinner at the Limelighter and had a wonderful time catching up with everyone. Thanks, Lil! We had met Rick and Doris when we were last in Fresno two years ago with Erin, ...
... trail head. It’s amazing that one of the most visited
parks in the us isn’t clearly marked at all. We met another couple with the
same problem. We finally met a local couple who told us that the map was wrong
that we had to walk back down the river and cross then come up the other side.
LOL government run business. What did I expect?
We then hiked up to the trail head where we saw a no dog sign. Now why
wouldn’t it say that in the parking lot? ...
... that was crowned by yellow hillsides peppered with dark green trees and mountains rising in the distance, in the early morning haze. And the many trucks parked at the boat launch gave evidence that Sunday morning was a way for the locals to get away from it all and enjoy what nature provides so majestically. And we saw a sign advertising "gourmet jerky" and I thought…huh, this has to be an oxymoron, right? And it made me laugh. We passed through Pumpkin ...