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... 22/14 Kingsburg CA – We stopped here on our way to
Sacramento because as you know our goal is to visit all our National Parks, and
from this location we could visit 2, Kings Canyon and Sequoia NPs. Since we
were so close we said why not….not such a good idea at this time of year. Most
of the roads were closed. All we saw were beautiful huge trees. We will stop again if we are passing by at a
different time of year.
... I wouldn't bother with Foxtel?! We then ticked another cultural box - we went to Sonic for dinner. It's a drive up restaurant, you park by a menu & buzz your order, they bring it to your car & you can dine in the classiest of your car! The only thing missing was the waitress on roller skates. The vanilla milkshakes were almost pure ice cream, the chili-dogs were tasty & in the world of fast food Jordan made a good request! Back to the hotel - need bed, before another big ...
... of the Grand Canyon is about 200 miles of contrasting desert and alpine like high pastures that require huge changes in altitude. The poor car was working hard. With some relief we arrived at the Rangers Hut and were reassured we were in the right place. "Drive into a dead end sir and you're there." (No humour about dead and edges of cliff intended!)
The final approach was awesome. The landscape changed to lush lush meadow and Tom ...
... being where we were. Photoshoot in the road. We ran into Kim and her group again. Me, Jamie, Kim, Leash, Red, Katie and Jordan took some nice photos. And twelve miles later...Lunch. Which was at the Four Corners. We had the option to bypass the four corners and lunch at this spot because it was about twelve miles away. I'm very glad we didn't do that; I don't think I'll ever go to the four corners again, I don't see why I'd need to, but it was ...
... hike into the canyon guided by a ranger twice daily. We were not fortunate enough to arrive early enough in the day to take one of the guided tours, so we had to settle for a view of the buildings from an overlook across the canyon. To reach the overlook we had to hike .75 miles downhill to the overlook, and then return .75 uphill to the visitor’s center. It was a considerable distance across the canyon to the ruins and we could not make out ...