Super 8 Motel Lindsay Olive Tree Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... miss out on some great sights. We were happy we set aside the day for Kings Canyon, which no one had recommended to us. We were literally next door, so we headed to Roaring River Falls for our first stop. The short hike from the parking area led to the falls, which were indeed roaring and very intense. From the falls, we hiked along the river to Zumwalt Meadow. At this point, we both regretted our choice of hiking gear as the temperature was probably near ...
Arriving in Sequoia it was beautiful. Long winding roads all through the greenland led us to our campsite where we had managed to get one of the first come first serve sites luckily. We carried on up the national park until we reached one of the attractions, the General Sherman Tree. This tree is apparently the largest by volume in the world, and it's fair to say it was pretty big. We walked up to it and had the classic photo in front of it, where you can barely see us and ...
... chilly to say the least.
After enjoying the woods, I drove on a little further to General Sherman, The Biggest Tree in the world (In terms of volume and weight). It was a very impressive tree with 7.7m diameter trunk and being 84m tall and weighing in at just shy of 2 million kg. The Snow added to the atmosphere as well, the Red of the sequoia, shining through the forest, but i had to rush away as it was still ...
... cub!! I could not stop laughing. There are signs everywhere warning you about bears, and especially mothers and cubs. ...of course, this time of year they are still hibernating, so it was pretty funny. That is the second time someone thought Abby was a bear cub on our trip. The first was during our hike at dusk in Joshua tree park which was also pretty funny. The hikers saw her right before they saw us and said, "whoa, is that a bear?"
At one point the road lead us ...
... the park in the opposite direction to us when their car skidded. They hadn't been as lucky as me and they'd hit a barrier. Their car was broken and two of them had started walking back to the Wuksachi Lodge. We quickly shoved all of our junk in the back, got one of the dutch dudes in the car and head off, leaving two blokes to stay with the car. We soon found the walkers, and soon got them to the lodge. We asked about staying there, but at $150 a night, we ...