Motel 6 Tulare
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... Germans! As we zigzag up the mountain, we spy workers maintaining a system that acquires water from the river and diverts it into an aqueduct system for local agricultural uses.
We observe California ground squirrels that live in burrows which they excavate themselves. Some burrows are occupied communally but each individual squirrel has its own entrance. Although they readily become tame in areas used by humans, and quickly learn to take food left ...
... who guarded the trees. There were close to a dozen and you could walk in them, around them and thru them and was unbelievable. We went thru the Tunnel Log which is a downed Sequoia that you can drive the car thru. We had lunch at Crescent Meadow and they ask that you not let your food in the car where it can be seen or be more than an arms length from the food as the bears are active in this area. In fact our neighbors saw a mom and cubs the day before but all we saw was a deer ...
... Road bet you can guess what they mine in Boron?! Further along the 58 we saw an exit for California City and a brown sign for Desert Tortoise Refuge. Both of us felt it was worth a side trip since it was only 13 miles. Five miles from the Refuge the pavement was exchanged for sand/dirt and the road got pretty bumpy. Harvey's innards rattled big time but we decided to carry on. After ...
... of Sequoia National Park took approximately 5 hours and the temp gauge on the bike read 107. The traffic moved at a comfortable pace which helped to cool me off and make the ride tolerable.
I didn't realize there were thousands of farms in California but the ride from SF to the hotel was filled with numerous fruit and vegetable farms with cattle ranches mixed in.
Thats all for now. Hopefully I'll be able to post some pictures tomorrow
... 8230;could not tell if they were almonds or pistachios…maybe both. Everything was very green and planted in neat rows. And finally we landed in Tulare, where we are settled in for the night. Tomorrow, Sequoia National Park.
By the way…the photos I am posting today were all taken from the car. It just was not feasible to stop for photo ops. So please ignore the bugs splattered on the windshield. They weren't part of the ...