Super 8 Hanford

Address: 918 E Lacey Blvd, Hanford, California, 93230, United States | 2 star motel
 
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This 2 star motel is located on 918 E Lacey Blvd, Hanford.
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    Travel Blogs from Hanford

    Winding roads all day and night!!

    A travel blog entry by beckybrookes on Aug 10, 2013

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    ... today) so I spent most of the journey trying to ignore this fact and not be sick! Eventually our a little car managed to drag itself up to 6000 feet (apparently Sequoia trees only grow between 5 and 7000 feet, not ideal!) and we got out to stretch our legs and were rewarded with the 'Nations Christmas Tree' aka a GINORMOUS tree that was pretty impressive! We also walked through the entire length of a fallen Sequoia which park rangers once lived in! (Don't think ...

    Sequoia National Park

    A travel blog entry by beckybrookes on Aug 09, 2013

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    ... meadow and it was beautiful! There was a circular walk that went around it and partly through the forest so we set off! Literally just as we were discussing how cool it would be if a bear wandered across the path in front of us, we turned the corner to see some French tourists pointing at the long grass.... A BEAR! No joke an actual black bear was about 10 feet away from us! All I wanted to do ...

    Touring the first full scale nuclear reactor

    A travel blog entry by jackies-world on Jul 24, 2012

    11 photos

    ... movie of the history of Hanford, filled with photos, animations, charts and first hand accounts by past employees of the past. This was followed by a short talk by our soon to be tour guide. Then we piled on a tour bus where the tour guide talked about the things we were going to see and pointed out things of interest along the way.

    The tour was great. The Guides and Docents were knowledgeable, and their ...

    Sequoia National Park

    A travel blog entry by socks on May 26, 2011

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    ... trees die of disease, fungi, etc. but nothing hurts the Big Tree. Barring accidents, it seems to be immortal. Chemicals in the wood and bark provide resistance to insects and fungi, and thick bark insulates them from most fire. The main cause of sequoia deaths is toppling. They have a shallow root system with no taproot. Soil moisture, root damage, and strong winds can lead to ...

    Three Years

    A travel blog entry by showbizkelly on Oct 30, 2010

    ... padding-bottom: 0px; padding-left: 0px; outline-style: none; outline-width: initial; outline-color: initial; ">I look up and see Mikey standing at the back of my truck. I try to dodge eye contact, and sniffle back tears.
    Don’t ...