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... had had a rough couple days prior.
After a lazy morning this morning, I actually had 2 cups of coffee, we loaded up the car with sandwiches, drinks and snacks and headed out for Sequoia National Park. On our way, we stopped and bought a bag full of peaches, plums and tangerines at a roadside stand. Sweet, literally! It was a one hour drive. The scenery changed with each mile we drove. And the elevation ...
... 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.
... just 200 feet from the ocean. Everybody was down at the beach enjoying the sunset at 7 pm sharp. By 7.30 it's semi-dark, and at 8 pm completely dark. The next morning, Friday, I got up and continued my scenic drive south along Hwy 1. I passed the Hearst Castle and should maybe have gone in to see it but didn't. But I did stop to see the elephans seals lying on the beach. In 1992 the species was thought be extinct but now ...
... activity which was water skiing - Nick went up first and on his 3rd attempt he managed to stay up for a few seconds and the same on his 4th. Then Jack went this was his second time water skiing so he had 2 goes and managed to go up first time and lasted around 1 minute. Then it was my go - the skis barely fit me so I just managed to fit in them - they were a bit loose however and became looser once I got into the water. On my first attempt my feet went opposite ways so i ...
... For the first time in three months I have my clothes inside draws instead of my suitcases. I never thought that would be something to be happy about but it is.
The team at Land O Lakes (a customer) took us out to the local minor league Baseball game - the Visalia Rawhides. Funnily enough the home team ring cow bells to support their players and have a cow mascot, which is similar to the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLamp Liter Inn Visalia
We got to the hotel late and were very tired.
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