Camp Nelson Lodge
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... lake which is home to a huge Christian retreat camp. It was one of the most beautiful lakes I’ve seen like something from a magazine with pine trees on either side and snowcapped mountains in the distance. We almost drove on through when I commented that they might have hot showers we could use so Dave asked me to check it out while he made a few casts. I drove back to look for the main office, but when I found it, it was closed. There were quite a few people at the ...
... heading on down. Everyone said it would be insane without chains and why were we even in the park without chains?? The entrance should have been making sure that chains were in every car but they hadn't said anything to us.
Luckily, one of the tour guides (Paul the Park Ranger) was taking his bus back down the mountain and he had chains. If we stayed close to him, we would be alright so we followed him down. The next 45 minutes was the hardest I have ...
We slept in a bit this morning as everyone was tired from hitting the strip last night! Megan absolutely wanted to ride The Roller Coaster at New York New York before leaving town so off we went. Darby was not tall enough to ride so Megan, Sean and Derek went on ahead. After the 210 second ride was over it was immediately apparent that Megan had trouble as she came off the ride green as a goblin! We then stopped at the ...
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 ...
... feet in water to try & relax them a little. Kind of sore from carrying a 10lb back-pack & 2liter camelback all day. Also, hiking at 7,000+ ft is a little different than it is at sea level (for my lungs, not my feet.) Ahhhh, tomorrow is pack-up the campsite & head up to the B-a-y. Looking forward to seeing the rest of what's along General's Highway (I'm leaving a different way than I came in) but even more excited to see the Balentine ladies. Goodnight from God's glorious mountains. ...