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May 27th – Day 23
Today was the drive into Sequoia
National Park. The length of our RV meant we couldn't take the
closest route into the park. We're 31 foot and the tight switchbacks
meant that only vehicles less than 22 foot could use that road.
Instead we needed to leave Visalia and drive an hour north before
heading into the Park. It meant a ...
... of fruit stands located on the roads. The campground is nestled down by a narrow river.
After checking in, ($54/ night.....yes we are in California now and everything costs more), we quickly got set up. Set up means chairs, fans and tables set up outside, beer & wine iced down, snacks out and cigars lit. We thoroughly enjoyed our time last night "Chillin'". I suppose we appreciated it more than usual ...
... realized how wonderful the air was. We had left behind the 100+ temps and traded it for cool, crisp aroma filled mountain air. Down the car windows came so we could take in every sensory option we had available. By the time we reached The Giant Forest and the area where General Sherman was, the largest and oldest living tree in existence in the world, we took some time for our picnic because we were going to need to hike in to see this natural wonder.
... Patti and their encouragement and help along the way that's just what happened. Repairs made and all fueled up we are heading north to Kingsburg, CA.
The GPS signaled us to get off the interstate right in the middle of a fruit tree farm. We followed the GPS and thought we had been lead astray! As we turned our last corner there it was.... The Camp Royal Oak Campground nestled between two peach groves alongside the Kings River. Paradise! Our Shangri-La!!!! ...
... sea and then caught the ferry back to San Fran.
Monday was a highlight of our trip. We woke very early to board our luxurious coach, complete with huge leather seats, to take us on our trip around Napa Valley. Our driver come tour guide Ken was fab. He spoke for most of the journey, firstly telling us all about San Fran as we drove out of the city and then about the different vineyards and wineries once we were in Napa. Napa was ...