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... that works for me.
Stopped in coarsegold at vons and i bought rice cakes & watermelon for 1.99$. Oh wow...not even chewing gum...because of sugar!
In lemon cove we saw a bunch of orange trees!! Mmmhhh!!! And a windrose on the street ;-)
At lake Kaweah we stopped at the lemon hill recreation area. We asked for the boat rental rates...mmmhh...wait ...
... of John and I with the full height of the tree above us. Unfortunately, those pictures can’t be posted on the blog. We meet the nicest people on the road.
We had a ½ delay for road construction at the top of the mountain. It is amazing that these crews and their equipment are all the way up this winding road. However, we were glad they do this because the road was great all the way up and down.
... This moment would mark our fourth snake sighting. This particular snake looked like a huge slug, flesh colored and looking slightly disfigured. It was absolutely disgusting and not interested in moving for us. It laid across the path, its entire 18 inches or so. I was prepared to turn back because I was not stepping over it, but it slowly slithered out of the way and we continued to Boole Tree. (We have seen a fifth snake since, and it was even smaller ...
... t sleep too well (maybe had something to do with driving on a road that winds down a mountain), and the route was way longer than I thought. By the time we got out of the park we were really hungry, and it didn't look like there was much around. But we saw a taco truck. Next to a gas station in the middle of nowhere. And I'm a sucker for taco trucks. So we stopped, had some (fantastic) tacos, and eventually got back to camp.
... Three Rivers has everything you need, small grocery store, gas station and ice cream store. The campground isn't the nicest but it is the most expensive I guess because it is near the Park gates and we have a stream/river going by.
These three parks are intertwined Giant Sequoia National Monument, Kings Canyon Park and Sequoia National Park. Kings Canyon is large, has only 1 road going thru the valley and the rest is accessible only by walking trails.