Montecito Sequoia Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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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 …
... cram as many campers into the space as they can. We were practically sitting in one another's laps. That night we ate boiled hot dogs in my one sauce pan and went to bed.
None of us had the energy for a fire so we were off to sleep. Now, we pulled a rookie mistake that would be almost embarrassing if it didn't turn out to be one of the memorable moments of the week for all of us. We went to bed while it was ...
... We were explained that sequoias may lose their balance for one or more reasons: road building, underground pipes, root fungi damaging the roots, increasing soil moisture, heavy snows or high winds. All these factors may cause a tree to lean. Then, gravity and the great mass of trunk eventually bring the tree down.
The last couple of trees that called our attention were “Tough Twins”. This pair of trees provides evidence that fire plays a natural ...
... 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 ...