Sequoia Motel in Three Rivers
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... brought down to show people. One of the first park managers cut down a tree and realized that he had just destroyed about 3,000 years of life and he then became a proponent for protecting them.
While we were viewing the trees, a really nice guy from Michigan stopped to talk to us. He took a bunch of pictures of us with the trees using our panoramic feature on our camera. In fact, he lay down on the ground in the dirt and shot ...
... Three Rivers has everything you need, small grocery store, gas station and ice cream store. The campground isn't the nicest but it is the most expensive I guess because it is near the Park gates and we have a stream/river going by.
These three parks are intertwined Giant Sequoia National Monument, Kings Canyon Park and Sequoia National Park. Kings Canyon is large, has only 1 road going thru the valley and the rest is accessible only by walking trails.
... the scenery in Sequoia and Kings Canyon was AWESOME.
We then travelled down to Bakersfield to break the journey
to Death Valley, pretty disturbed night’s sleep in the Vagabond Inn,
Bakersfield we should have not been surprised when we saw the amount of articulated
trucks in the carpark, and being told breakfast was being served between 2am
... but they are much larger than those we started seeing. As we climb up, the trees become bigger and redder and more spectacular. We start to smell pine trees as we climb, it starts off subtle and before you know it, its all you can smell and it smells like Christmas! Paul is fascinated by the massive granite rocks that jut out across the landscape. They are bold and beautiful, sitting out on their own, but for Gretchen, it's the trees, rising up ...
... of earth's third largest tree, named after General Ulysses S. Grant shortly after the civil war. The "Fallen Monarch" before which Dick is standing has variously served as a cabin, a hotel, a saloon, and a stable.
In the Giant Forest, so named by John Muir, we learned of the giant strides that the National Park Service has made in recent years in protecting these trees. Beginning in ...