Camp Nelson Lodge
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Last night we got to Pine Flat Lake after driving on some long curvy and poorly marked roads. We slept at a large pull off area overlooking the lake, but it was pretty dark so we couldn't see much most of the drive. We were both so tired after our buns of steel hiking that we got everything situated as quickly as possible and then went to bed. Most of the places we’ve slept do not have service and we’ve been busy sightseeing during the day when we might have service ...
After Yosemite we stopped in Fresno for the night and ate pizza from Little Caesars. The next day we had decided that instead of just heading down the freeway, we would take a days detour into the Sequoia state park to see the General Sherman tree - the most massive living organism on Earth. It is 84 meters high, and weighs in at 2100 tons. At its base it is 7.7 meters across and is thought to be nearly 3000 years old. Having already seen some sequoias, we were keen ...
... language speakers seemed to be the minority around the park.
4. These remote and less glamorous parks seemed to be as crowded as Yosemite.
5. The winding roads in the park are enough to force many to suck down a Dramamine pill or two - this can make for drowsy passengers.
6. The thrilling fifteen-minute hike up the face of Moro Rock affords you the greatest view in all of the Sierra Mountains. ...
Today was off the hook. We had breakfast in the RV. Then we started driving to Sequoia. The ride was two hours there and back. Before we started going really far we stopped at a gas station to get some snacks and drinks. My sister Allisa got a flat rim hat with her snack and drink. It is purple with a bear that says California republic. Then we got back on the rode. When we got there we went on a hike to ...
Well this trail seemed to never end & I knew there was some way to get to the Giants Museum from there. Thankfully, I found a map on the trail, which noted another 2.8 miles to the museum (I'd already gone about 2.) This trail looked obscure & unoccupied. Just what I was looking for! I took off & while it was a little long, it was easy, with the terrain changing quite often & being able to climb in & out of some of the giant's hollowed out ...