The River Jewel Suites
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... sort of sad to see this.
We left around 9 am to go to Sequoia. It was a beautiful day, sunny and warm. The ride up to the trees was quite challenging. It's a lot of twists and turns and we climbed about 6,000 feet. When we reached the forest everything changed. We were in a peaceful, cool forest. There were signs everywhere to watch for bears, but we didn't see any. We stopped at several lookouts and the views were ...
... uninterested in us, by the way). It turned out to be a great trail. There were a couple of burned out sequoias that you could climb inside, a fallen one that some guy lived in every summer for a while (in the 1800s), and quite a bit of wildlife. Dean was excited to see a pika and a marmot. I love seeing these places with the whole family, but being able to go on hikes with just me and Dean is something I'll never forget about ...
... can't actually find the entrances to them or the appropriate exits off the highway and our navman is far from reliable, so we continue on enjoying the aroma. We briefly stop to visit the last Walmart on the way to buy an esky and some food for our next few days. There are no shops or petrol stations, so we stock up now, hoping to have enough to get us back to civilisation. Whilst walking around Gretchen mentions about bears and that we need to make sure ...
... The flights to SLC and SFO both departed on schedule ad without any incidents during the flight.After landing, I gathered my luggage and grabbed a cab to EagleRider, SF. This company does both round trip and one way rentals. I had reserved a one way rental really cheaply because the EagleRider franchise in DC needed it back. The team at the EagleRider SF store was great. I was quickly checked in and began filling out all the paperwok. Next ...
... valleys .
We found a lake half way to Barstow, which was as dry as Moogerah in the drought times and hotter than Lake Moogerah in the summer, but at 6,000 feet so we got the cool nights and found a pool at a KOA campground that has been getting our business in the heat as they somehow keep the swimming pools ice cold, then tracked back to Barstow, to find route 66 after an 8 day 900 mile (1500km detour)