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So we had a pretty straightforward day of hiking. Just making our way from Poison spring meadow to Crabtree Meadow in anticipation of our newly decided effort to climb Mount Whitney. We already have the permit, we're less than 10 miles away, well worth the side trip. Also, upon arrival, Crabtree Meadow is a spectacle beyond description. It is such a joy and privilege to be living this ...
... our backdrop.
From Moro Rock, we hopped on Bear Hill Trail towards Big Trees Trail, our last hike of the day. Despite the name "Bear" Hill, we did not encounter any bears. The hike was uneventful and we were pretty tired when we reached Big Trees Trail. It was a short paved loop, under a mile, and the perfect relaxing ending to our day. The trail winds around the edge of a meadow with sequoias surrounding it on all sides. The day involved around ...
... the warm lodge and hot chocolate. They weren't seen til half way through the dinner buffet which was Ruthy's favourite meal so far! SNOW CRAB!!! We won't discuss just how many were consumed but they were great! After dinner, a BINGO game was held for everyone staying at the lodge - a free family friendly version. The Smoothenbergs cleaned up with all but Micah winning a round! Another fabulous day in ...
... Then down to see the General Sherman, which really is the largest tree by volume in the world. Everything here seems to be the biggest or best in the world!! It has been great seeing all these amazing trees and sights but we are ready for some civilisation on our way to Las Vegas tomorrow meeting up with Mark and Sandra. It will be nice to have some company for the next stage of our journey. ...
... water fall which Megan and Clark did some 17 years ago with our friends David and Kim. No chance we were doing that hike with Darby and the boys - it was tough when we were young! Hume lake turned out to be a great place to end the day! It is this peaceful, serene mountain lake with a thriving Christian camp at the base. They had a little grill and we all ate burgers (corn dog for ...
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