Kaweah Motel

Address: 319 S Kaweah Ave, Exeter, California, 93221-1826, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 319 S Kaweah Ave, Exeter.
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        Travel Blogs from Exeter

        Sequoias and Half Dome

        A travel blog entry by villadale on Aug 23, 2015

        10 photos

        ... another mountain to some 7214 feet. 90% of the way up, one rounds a hairpin turn and right before us across a valley is the magnificent sight of Half Dome. What a startling sight out of the middle of forest covered mountain to encounter this massive granite monolith.

        We continued on up the mountain to the Glacier Point overlook. There we had a panoramic view of not only Half Dome, but also North Dome, and Mt. ...

        The Biggest Tree in the World

        A travel blog entry by dobsonda on Jul 10, 2015

        1 comment, 12 photos

        ... night. We went to a program with Ranger Jon Paul about birds of prey. We learned about golden eagles, bald eagles and peregrine falcons. Dad made a new friend, Tyler. He came over for campfire with us. Tyler is going to be a photographer. He is traveling across the country for a year! After s'mores we went to bed. We had to bundle up because it's in the 30's. And that's the story by ...

        Giant Trees and Black Bears

        A travel blog entry by laurabethhigh on Jun 26, 2015

        2 comments, 43 photos

        ... sniffing logs and glancing around. At one point he turned around, and I was nervous he was going to come back our way. He didn't, and we kept our distance about twenty yards behind. We followed him for ten or fifteeen minutes, and he finally found a food source - a fallen log. He ripped the bark off like it was nothing, started eating insects and nestled in behind the log to chow down. If we hadn't seen him go behind the log, we would have never known he was ...

        Sequoias and the High Sierras

        A travel blog entry by tendashseven on May 13, 2015

        2 comments, 87 photos

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        As we pass the popular Lodgepole Visitor’s Center and Campground, we spot a couple with backpacks hitchhiking in the snow. We give Elise and Michael a ride down to the town. She is from France and he is from Luxembourg. They are both about to enter their third year of college and have taken six weeks to tour the USA. They are heading to Death Valley next. It was a joy to chat with them and be reminded that one can still toss a pack on their back ...

        Sequoia National Park

        A travel blog entry by carol_fred on May 05, 2015

        30 photos

        ... in the world - one type of tree lives longer, one has a greater diameter, three grow taller, but none is larger. This is because the trunks are almost conical in shape all the way up into its branches, so the total amount of wood in these trees makes them the largest. Sequoia trees only grow on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada mountain range, usually between 5000 - 7000 feet and they ...