Camp Nelson Lodge
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... Oh well, we ate lunch and headed west into California and the Mojave desert. The scenery is great in California with all the mountainous terrain starting as desert; progressing to green rolling hills and windmills; dropping into agriculture valleys full of citrus trees and then up again into the forested mountains and Kings Canyon National Park! The final hour up the windy mountain road was in the dark but we made it and settled in ...
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 ...
Camped at Kings Canyon Ntl Park last night, the road up was quite windy & we are at 6,500ft elevation so the temperature is great, a beautiful breeze.This morning we did a walk around General Grant Grove, which is home to a huge stand of giant sequoias. These differ from the coastal redwoods in that they are much larger around whereas the redwoods are taller.. We then moved down to General Sherman ...
... that I could use to finishing washing my feet and face. After I felt clean enough and had dried my hair, we were on our way.
Fresno was on our way to the park, and we needed to pick up some grocery’s, and odds and ends from Walmart, so we decided to make a pit stop. We hustled through Walmart, and then made a small stop at the Old Navy to pick up a pair of light weight pants, a lunch stop at In-N-Out Burger, and the final stop at the grocery store to stock up ...
... Which, when I think about it, must be pretty frustrating when camping with a niece who opts for running around barefoot... This self-assumed role, however, earned her the 'pet name' of "Martha". (I have no idea why, that's just how it was...) So Martha, Mom and I cooperated and got along pretty well on this little adventure. Somehow we fit and it all just works. :)
Departing Yosemite we followed the heat and made our way south to Sequoia ...