Sequoia Motel in Three Rivers
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... for a picture and promptly got covered in rather large ants. The trials of being a photographer!
As the landscape started to become greener and the mountains rockier, we passed a large wind farm which stretched for miles, though very few of the turbines were actually moving. Elsewhere, odd company facilities popped up on each side of the carriageway including a Hyundai test facility, Boeing aircraft all parked up together and a large factory that actually ...
... minds when we hear "Death Valley", there are lots of animals and birds here, mostly nocturnal because of the heat, except for the Desert Bighorn Sheep. The lowest point in North America is here at the Badwater Basin Salt Pan, which is 282 feet below sea level, up to over 11,000 ft. mountain peaks. The Artist Drive had colors of rocks and boulders we'd never seen anywhere. This one stretch of road had mineral deposits coloring the cliffs and boulders ...
... up the tank, but besides that we didnīt have even one short break. Thanks to Ben and Amanda we brought some sandwiches and fruit for the way. We passed through the entrance to the Sequoia National Park at 15.00. We were asked to pay the admission fee for private vehicles in the amount of USD 20 (valid for 1-7 days).
Regarding the Sequoia National Park, it is Americaīs second oldest national park (created in 1890) and famous for its giant sequoia trees, including ...
... and ate some lunch. We were about 5,000 feet above sea level at that point. We walked Beckett and kept an eye out for bears. There was a small village at the summit. We wonder what these people do for a living being so far from everything.
Then our GPS sent us on a wild goose chase. For some reason it had us turning down a mountain road that didn’t show on our atlas. It took us through some beautiful foothills and ranch country. We saw a lot ...
... which is around the same size as a small porridge oat, and learned about how difficult it is for these great trees to survive to monarch age and size. Forest fires are important for their survival as they clear the forest floor to allow the seeds to grow. Fires can also cause their death though if they burn through their protective bark as this can kill the root, resulting in a high risk of the Sequoia falling over in high winds or under heavy snow. ...