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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... that? Well, if you filled General Sherman's trunk with water, it would hold enough water for 9,844 baths...a bath every day for 27 years!
There seems to be a small debate with the park information but the 2nd or 3rd largest Giant Sequoia is the General Grant. He's 268' tall, 107' circumference and 1,700 years old. Putting ...
We planned to put on a lot of miles today, and we did. We drove from Williams, AZ to Tulare, CA, which is about 520 miles. The only sight seeing we did was through the windows of the car, but there was much to see. We left at 7:45 AM and it was setting up to be a very hot day. By 9:45 the temperature hit 100 degrees (we wondered if the car display would do 3 digits, and it did) and that was only the beginning. It went as high as 109 degrees, ...
... Lovely having a wholesome meal and Jane's even made us pudding! It's lovely sitting around telling them all our stories so far, talking to Beto and his boys who are all gorgeous! Manual is a true gentleman and has lots of stories to tell us about Tulare and its farming culture! Jane makes us feel so welcome and right at home. It's great being able to meet Manuel, Beto and his boys and I hope to go back soon and see them and ...
... was jumping for the ball reach it - what a gentleman haha. The game finally ended in the 11th innings when one of the Visalia players managed to hit a home run - they were playing Bakersfield. By this time even the guy who was giving abuse to every player who was batting was starting to get restless so for the last 4 innings we didn't hear a peep out of him. The entertainment at the game wasn't the best - at around the 5th innings they brought out a load of girl scouts who ...
... that 3 feet! So as we are walking along, discovering little streams, and flowers, there is a meadow in the center of that this trail loop where we are being led around. All of a sudden- we see a bear cub! He's about the size of a rottweiler, all black with a white chest! The cub is about 50feet from us, heading from the forest down into the meadow, and we scout around for the momma bear, who is nowhere to be found. The people behind us say they are ...