Sequoia Village Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Three Rivers
... a tiny and solitary chipmunk, I felt dizzier with time and was increasingly uneasy about having to stand up in the fierce wind and head up the narrow, steep, precarious trail that would lead to the JMT trail crest and the to OUT. I was also uneasy about staying put at the junction. I was pretty cold and seemed to be fading. I really wanted to begin down, but had told Craig I wouldn't go alone. It was a tremendous relief to see Jody and Phil returning down from ...
... It was kind of funny...kind of inspiring...really heart warming and really encouraging. I barely knew Craig in high school, and yet, here he was, walking with me as I struggled...not trying to make me dig deeper, or over come, but just encouraging me in the next step.
That climb was clearly, far and beyond, the hardest thing I've ever done. It took hours. I couldn't look up to see how much more there was because each step was the last one I had in me. ...
... to try to get to Kings Canyon National Park which is just north of Sequoia, but we ran out of time. We can only leave our dogs for so long back in the RVs, so we decided we will see that another time.
We enjoyed staying at this campground because we practically have it to ourselves. Their season ended Labor Day weekend. There are two other RVs here besides us, so that’s nice. Our dogs can run free. The wi-fi is iffy and ...
... which is around the same size as a small porridge oat, and learned about how difficult it is for these great trees to survive to monarch age and size. Forest fires are important for their survival as they clear the forest floor to allow the seeds to grow. Fires can also cause their death though if they burn through their protective bark as this can kill the root, resulting in a high risk of the Sequoia falling over in high winds or under heavy snow. ...
... third largest Sequoia) since it was dedicated by President Eisenhower. We wandered through a fallen Sequoia that has been there since before 1900 as there was a picture showing that it had housed the horses of the Calvary who guarded the area.
We continued up the scenic road going from 7000 to 3000 feet into Kings Canyon. I wanted to see the lodge as some of the parks have some nice ones. Well this one was a disappointment as it was just a few old cabins. We kept ...