Montecito Sequoia Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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Our day at Montecito lodge was snow packed excitement. It dawned a beautiful sunny day with a fresh dump of snow overnight - not so big that we had trouble with pathways. The boys have decided that when there is a buffet for breakfast, endless bacon is the way to go. They concede some fresh fruit and there always seems to be cut fresh melon - all …
We left the desert with T-shirts and shorts for another road trip to Kings Canyon. This was our longest day of driving and again took us through some amazing countryside. It seems every hour or so you transition to a different landscape with different trees, plants, rocks and views. Our GPS for some reason took us the scenic route which was …
... her baby. They were very close to us. The whole time in the parks was incredible and we all enjoyed ourselves a lot. I certainly can't wait for more to come!
We left Yosemite early Wednesday morning and made our way back down the mountains. However, because we were travelling in a different direction, Paul wasn't able to escape the "chasm of hell" so it was another tension-filled drive. But, we made it to Kings Canyon /Sequoia ...
... to make the decision for the group and was glad to see Erik arrive after about 30 minutes. He didn't feel qualified either, and we waited for Craig to appear. I ended up choosing a spot away from everyone else that seemed more sheltered and quickly ate a tiny can of chicken salad and went to bed. I threw caution to the wind and kept my baby wipes in my tent. I'm fearless like that.
So, it's 7:30 pm and I'm in my tent shaking and knowing I really ...
... land-speed with the view of how far we still had to go and the chill and falling shadows pushing us in hopes we would not have to come in and set up camp with headlamps on. There were some beautiful meadows with some deer that we sped past, wishing we had more time, but forging on with the hopes of an easier day tomorrow. Heather and Craig blazed ahead. Erik was somewhere, probably close behind and Crystal and David were not too far ahead.
At one point ...