Quality Inn Sequoia Area
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... like safari land or the aussie outback. There must have been cowboy movies shot here. I'll try to upload a pic soon. The sceneray then changed to the most barren short brown grass prarie you could imagine, almost more desolate than the Mojave. From there we are now headed north from Visalia. This area has tons of orchards, grape vines and olives. Even some cotton. Endlesss miles of these and surprisingly this area is super dry. The ...
... cultivation there are more than 15,000 of them. At Cambria I turned left away from the Pacific and began my long trek towards Yosemite National Park to the northeast. The park was too far away to get there in one day, so I stopped in a small town called Visalia (the founder, Mr. Vise, named it after himself in 1852). Later today I will hopefully be inside Yosemite, and hopefully I'll find a nice campground with sites available. ...
Since we missed the sign on the way into Yosemite, I wanted a picture on the way out. In order to reach King Canyon and Sequoia parks from Yosemite, we drove through the "center" of California, at least that's what the sign in the small town said. I don't know if it was the center or not, but it sure does look like it grows every fruit, vegetable and nut imaginable. Having fairly limited access to fresh fruits and vegetables, I made Augusto stop at a couple and we loaded up ...
... that were "closed for repair" where no one was repairing them. They clearly had been closed for a long time.
OK enough of that. As we drove on we saw a large area where black covered the ground and I thought there had been a fire, but it turned out to be a large carpet of lava rock. We have encountered this several times, but we have never seen the actual volcano. We passed two solar power plants. And what I was waiting to see ...
... it. Imagine being sat at a rest stop in the car by your self as your other half has just left to go to the loo and its dark. Then you hear scratching on the window, you turn round and see some goofy smile holding the tumble weed he has found up close by the window- scared the hell out of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking