Kaweah Motel

Address: 319 South Kaweah Avenue, Exeter, California, 93221, United States | Motel
 
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This motel is located on 319 South Kaweah Avenue, Exeter.
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    Travel Blogs from Exeter

    Giant Trees and Black Bears

    A travel blog entry by laurabethhigh on Jun 26, 2015

    2 comments, 43 photos

    ... A good lesson for all. Also, fire is a necessary component for these trees to thrive and grow, and require very specific conditions to flourish. The fires clear the undergrowth and weaker trees so that seeds can take root, and often times after fires the sequoias undergo rapid growth. Their bark can withstand fire, layered so that it withstands high heat. Then, the trees heal themselves and have fire scars. We have seen multiple trees that have the ...

    Goodbye Yosemite...Hello Sequoia!

    A travel blog entry by laurabethhigh on Jun 25, 2015

    22 photos

    ... have disrupted the hydrology system of these giants that have survived 2000 - 3000 years. We had envisioned sequoia giant after sequoia giant; but they were scattered about in the grove. The few we saw were impressive, though! We hiked over a mile roundtrip, and just to the lower grove, because it was mostly uphill and was around 100 degrees. We saw the Bachelor and Three Graces, the Grizzly Giant (210 feet tall and 31 feet at ...

    Sequoias and the High Sierras

    A travel blog entry by tendashseven on May 13, 2015

    2 comments, 87 photos

    ... We enter Kings Canyon – a park that some call the sister to Yosemite. In fact, many believe that it is better because it is just as spectacular and with few visitors. Near the entrance we stopover at the General Grant Sequoia tree. There are a LOT of big darn trees here! At least today we can see to the tops!

    Technically, we then leave Kings Canyon National Park and enter the Sequoia National Forrest in order to drive Northeast back into Kings ...

    There's a bear in there

    A travel blog entry by kartman on Oct 14, 2014

    9 photos

    ... interest.

    They are doing roadworks and have the road closed for an hour at a time so we planned our run to the world's biggest tree very carefully, until we came across a parking lot in the middle of the highway. We pulled over in a designated parking spot and walked back to see what all the fuss was about, nothing exciting just a mother bear and a couple of cubs! They were twenty metres from the side of the road and generally ignoring us unless you were ...

    Quoting Gabriel Iglesia "Oh, Hell No!"

    A travel blog entry by sego7 on Aug 20, 2014

    11 photos

    For those that do not get the title, YouTube "Gabriel Iglesias 6 levels of fat"...he is very funny.

    Sequoia National Park was established in 1890. It is over 850,000 acres. It is home to the largest trees that I have ever seen. As an example General Sherman, that's right, this tree is so Oh Hell No, that it gets it's own name, By volume, it is the largest known living single stem tree on earth. Absolutely amazing. Thank you God for not dropping your marble ...