La Quinta Inn Fresno Yosemite
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Vandaag via Sequoia park naar Fresno Eerst naar Visalia via snelweg Daarna bochtige weg Even stoppen bij visitor center Kort wachten bij wegwerkzaamheden 1e stop bij general Sherman tree Korte wandeling 2e stop bij giant tree Eerst ijsje eten Daarna door naar Fresno Eten naast hotel bij IHOP Nog even kort zwemmen want weer heet
... in San Francisco seems to go on for miles and miles. I arrive about 9:30 a.m.
I forgot how much walking there is in an airport. I pick up my luggage and walked and walked
and walked, my poor feet! I had been walking with Sam and Faith every evening to be in SHAPE, but our evening walks were not long enough to what awaited me at the San Francisco
Airport. Waited for David ...
Later we found ourselves in Giant Forest, Sequoia National Park, which claims four of the world's five largest trees. Another guided walk took us to the General Sherman, the world's largest living tree, 275 feet tall, about 103 feet around with its largest branch measuring nearly 7 feet in diameter. Frank told us someone had joked about this 27 story tree among the other giants ...
... we went on with the doggies.
It was a long long uphill climb to where you could finally see the falls. There
we found a gate that said trail to falls closed for winter…… why wouldn’t they
say that at the parking lot or even at the trail head? They wait till you
already walked two miles up hill…… government…. You guessed it we walked around
the gate and kept going. Now this is where it gets interesting. It’s a ...
... drove on through the forest and up to Panoramic Point. The road was a remote trail wide enough for only one lane. It was 2.3 miles long, weaving through the woods up to 7,000 feet elevation. And I was looking forward to the view. But when we got there, it was a parking lot, the base of a walking trail to the top of the mountain. Sigh. I thought long and hard about this. The trail was a zigzag up, about half a mile long and rising about 500 feet. I was having a ...