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... the headlamps, they were all over. No bears that eviening. This morning we packed up and took the 1.7 mile up straight UP and out of the canyon. We took that one slow as we were a little stiff from the previous day, but no problem. Lots of pics and more giants. The smell of dusty Sequoias i will never forget. We not only walked thru them, but over them and were breathing them in. Last night as ...
... Tonight's effort, the Mount Whitney IPA is a testament to the tallest mountain in the Sierra Nevada and the Sequoia National Park we visited. Floral, malty, citrus they say......heavy, bitter and nasty aftertaste I say. Flowers? Poison Ivy I reckon. Boring label as well. Our journey moves into Mormon country now, with its bizarre liquor laws. Not sure what that means for microbreweries.......soon find ...
... a park with lakes apparently with bike tracks around them and a beautiful Japanese garden. Off we set in the heat to find the bike track, we found one but not a lake in sight after about 30 minutes Kel acknowledged he might have got it wrong and we found our way back to the RV. We did however find the Japanese garden and it was lovely a wedding was being photographed while we were there. ...
... Lemon Cove and the landscape began to change to rocky slopes and we began to climb higher and higher.
About an hour outside of Tulare we entered Sequoia National Park. And the drive into the forest was a feast for the eyes, with mountains in the distant purple haze and rocky hillsides with huge gray boulders sitting on top of boulders, slanted at downward angles and perched precariously, ready to dive to the roadway, but staying firmly in place.
... I gathered in my heart.
I am now ready to go home. Home, what a wonderful word.
David and I leave for the airport about 11:30pm. The city is still alive with people walking, having dinner, visiting with friends, and who knows what. I check in as soon as I get there, David must wait around six hours or so before checking in his luggage, and getting his ticket, for his next destination, without ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed