Sequoia Village Inn
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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7:45am awesome breakfast...!!! Like we were told...there you see different meenings & expectations of an awesome breakfast... ;-))
Looked up for campsites near sequoia park
Chilled at the pool for 40mins and at 11am we checked out.
I decided this morning to change my eating habbits at least for a few weeks...i wanna avoid sugar & wheat. Let's ...
... States is a meager 1.9 miles. However, having just hiked 3.5 hours to cover 2.7 miles I didn't have to actually think at all to know that the summit was not something I felt I needed to do. I had no hesitation or feeling of defeat in that decision and enjoyed the sense of wisdom and clarity I had in it. As everyone ditched their packs to lighten their load for the summit, I hunkered down in the sun and the one square foot that was most sheltered from the gusting ...
... to be like. Craig said we should expect a cold and brutal night. I never wanted to cry from exhaustion or frustration or anything like that...it seemed like a waste of time and energy, but the whimpering was definitely an expressions of fatigue without defeat. I spent some time trying to quit shaking and trying to slow my heart down. Heather offered for me to send a message to my family on her satellite phone. I finally accepted and sent Steve a cryptic message that ...
... Last night I took at Vicodin for the overall soreness and fatigue. I have just one big blister that hasn't bothered me in the least. Everyone is wrapping their feet with moleskin and lambswool....or as Jody says, lambskin and molewool. I feel like if I meddle with my feet it will make things worse, so if it ain't broke...
Center Basin Creek toTyndall Creek (10,880)
9 hours hiking
Forester Pass elevation 13,200
... brought down to show people. One of the first park managers cut down a tree and realized that he had just destroyed about 3,000 years of life and he then became a proponent for protecting them.
While we were viewing the trees, a really nice guy from Michigan stopped to talk to us. He took a bunch of pictures of us with the trees using our panoramic feature on our camera. In fact, he lay down on the ground in the dirt and shot ...