Quality Inn Sequoia Area
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... the forest among pines and other trees that we are used to seeing. Some of the trees have signs of fire, but are alive and well. The ranger told us that the bark has some kind of chemical that protects it from fire and that in fact fire is good for the trees because it helps them reproduce.
We hiked to the General Sherman tree which is the largest tree in the world. You just have to see it; pictures don’t begin to show ...
... there are tortoises there or why would they go to the effort of creating a refuge but this was not for us to see this trip.
Highway 58 is busier and then of course once we hit the 99 North even busier. Weather still nice, though, except for the fog/smog/whatever it is that gets trapped in the valley corridor where the I-5 and Highway 99 are on the north side of Tejon Pass.
... her son in law Beto and his 4 boys and big barks from little Hannah... Jane's doe faced chiwowaa. Janes prepared her 2 spare rooms for us. A room each! What a treat but it will feel strange having a bedroom all to myself! There's towels on the end of the bed with a complimentary snickers! Better than the savoy ay! Cute! The boys help us with our bags from the car which is a treat! Then it's time for dinner! Homemade spaghetti and ...
... complex. Then Jennifer showed me the new soccer fields - there were about 12 in total - over here they don't have their own grounds and all teams play on the same sports park. I also checked my emails and found out my next camp will be in Long Beach which is near Palos Verdes. When we arrived back I collected all my things together as I had decided to watch the baseball with Nick and Amy rather than go to Jennifer's and GianMarco's mates birthday meal. When we arrived at ...
... television in the campgrounds lounge and then got off to bed looking forward to the party tomorrow.
Got up around 8am and had a nice relaxed morning, getting the pod up to date, reading, etc. Just before we left the campground we walked down to the river at the bottom of the property and had a look around. In summer, when it's warmer, we could ...