Super 8 Motel Lindsay Olive Tree Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... gibt es spezielle "bärensichere" Mülleimer, Warnungen dass man nichts Essbares im Auto lassen soll, Schließfächer für Nahrungsmittel etc., aber bis wir es mit eigenen Augen gesehen haben hätten wir nicht wirklich geglaubt dass es hier vor Schwarzbären wimmelt, bzw. dass wir einen live sehen würden. Nachdem wir auf unserer Tour durch den "Giant Forest", ein kalifornisches Rehkitz, einen kleinen Kojoten, Hasen, verschiedene Streifenhörnchen und bunte Vögel ...
... are trees that could talk these would be them. Our campsite there was the night after yosemite and it was buckeye flats. It was a bunch of campsites in the middle of giant boulders. Then we drove up out of the valley to see the trees. The road was a scary twisty road that was 2 ...
... required at a crucial section we hoped to visit. Therefore, we decide to take a detour along a foothills road called Dry Creek Road north to the Kings Canyon entrance. The weather at this entrance and into this park was predicated to be more moderate. Dry Creek Road is a windy, narrow public road with lots of switchbacks farms, ranches, cattle and horses. Casey had volunteered to drive not knowing this would be a thrill ride. The scenery was dramatic and unique. ...
... comparing the biggest of lots of things. Here they are in order:
Tule Cypress - Thickest Tree: 46' in diameter
Space Shuttle - 184' tall
Blue Whale - largest animal 98'
Giant Sequoia - Biggest Tree: 52,500 cubic'
Titanic - 141' tall
Coast Redwood - Tallest tree: 367'
Sugar Pine- Biggest and Tallest: 216' tall, 10' diameter
Statue of Liberty - ...
... three nights and just enjoy the area. We went for a short hike one day that again was a little strenuous, but the kids did it. The next day, we were going to hike to see General Sherman, the largest tree in the world. It was a 4.6 km hike each way and I was worried about the kids, but they rocked it. It was one of the most pleasant hikes I have ever done. We saw two bears on our way and arrived at General Sherman in good spirits. I'm afraid that I can't describe the ...