Montecito Sequoia Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
Justin was only able to obtain a total of 5 permits so the new plan was that he, Dale and Lucian would backpack into Grouse Lake overnight. I would stay with Christine, Cassie, Sequoia and Zaya.
Justin and Dale left by 9am leaving the rest of us on our own. Christine and I packed up the kids and went to the part of the river by the store. The beach was mostly rock with a smaller area of shallow water. But the fun part about this area was the small fish ...
... us driving through it. On the way out, we pull over and take some more photo’s at some more tree’s… I would have never of thought I’d get so many photos with tree’s, but they were pretty beautiful. Aaron want’s to check out Moro Rock, so we drive straight there and find a park up the road as it’s pretty busy. It’s a huge rock on the side of the mountain and they have built 400x stairs into it with handrails ...
... a tiny and solitary chipmunk, I felt dizzier with time and was increasingly uneasy about having to stand up in the fierce wind and head up the narrow, steep, precarious trail that would lead to the JMT trail crest and the to OUT. I was also uneasy about staying put at the junction. I was pretty cold and seemed to be fading. I really wanted to begin down, but had told Craig I wouldn't go alone. It was a tremendous relief to see Jody and Phil returning down from ...
... in stark contrast to it's harsh, jagged stone surroundings. Craig kept reminding me to look back at how far we'd come. Vast and Huge don't describe the view all around us and what lay ahead was daunting. Erik, Crystal and David have kept a consistent and substantial lead and Heather pulled out some jet pack and soon became nothing more than a black and purple dot on the path far above. Phil, Jody, Craig and I made our way up, with Phil and Jody pulling away too. My ...
... and most of the lodging looked like private cabins of varying sizes. I figured there probably wasn’t a public shower, but just before I went to pick Dave up I prayed and asked God to show me where the showers were if I was missing them and immediately after I prayed that I looked to my right and saw what looked like a bathhouse. I parked and ran up to see. The women’s side was closed, but the men’s was open so I went to tell Dave. I was so excited, and Dave ...