The River Jewel Suites
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... nope boat tour today! Guess how much they charge you for the half day for a small patio boat...?!
Almost...it coast onehundret dollares!!!!
For lunch we had bread & i had the rice cakes ;-))
We found the perfect campground right next to the river! really nice out here!
We collected wood for a fire & that's when we met Gale and her ...
... kept the recommended distance. In any case we didnīt feel threatened or anything. The bears were just wandering around the parking lot and didnīt mind us watching them at all. It was a great experience! Neither of us has ever seen a bear in the wild and in the Sequoia National Park we saw three bears within 10 minutes. On the way back we spotted one more in the Giant Forest. This one was much bigger, though. We can imagine they can be dangerous but since the ...
... 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 ― 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.
... miss out on some great sights. We were happy we set aside the day for Kings Canyon, which no one had recommended to us. We were literally next door, so we headed to Roaring River Falls for our first stop. The short hike from the parking area led to the falls, which were indeed roaring and very intense. From the falls, we hiked along the river to Zumwalt Meadow. At this point, we both regretted our choice of hiking gear as the temperature was probably near ...
... really can't help but sense something bigger than yourself.
We drove through the park for a while and hiked around a meadow that had several really big sequoias surrounding it, then went on to see the General Sherman (the world's largest tree). The ranger said there were a few steps on that trail, but it that it was an easy hike and we'd be able to make it down with our stroller. Apparently "a few steps" means something ...