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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... a bit and tore ourselves away for the drive back to Sequoia, with stops at multiple stops along the way.
We had a couple of hours before sunset, and had yet to check out some of the largest trees in Kings Canyon. We drove quickly to Converse Basin, thinking the 2.5 mile loop would be a quick one. It ended up being uphill for the first mile to Boole Tree, so we were booking it and out of breath. We were cruising along until I gasped/screamed and ...
... up to see the fuss. And there it was standing about 20 metres away, a black bear! The pictures from my phone don't really do it justice but it was amazing just watching, and Lois was immediately attached to her camera for the next half an hour. Even more so when one by one, a bear cub would climb down the tree that they were hiding in. The 3 cubs where play fighting, racing up and down trees and hanging out with their mother. Very David Attenborough, but was pretty cool to ...
Last night we got to Pine Flat Lake after driving on some long curvy and poorly marked roads. We slept at a large pull off area overlooking the lake, but it was pretty dark so we couldn't see much most of the drive. We were both so tired after our buns of steel hiking that we got everything situated as quickly as possible and then went to bed. Most of the places we’ve slept do not have service and we’ve been busy sightseeing during the day when we might have service ...
... more and especially the daddy of them all…
The entrance to the park is at around 5000ft in elevation and the scenery is already looking spectacular. The clouds were gathering but looked no worse than we had seen on days previously. A short way into the park is a car park where you can follow a trail to see the General Grant - the second biggest tree on the planet. We followed the paved trail a short way… then it faded out... we followed the ...
... don't fill the forest but are scattered through amongst the other pines. They only grow at very high altitude 6000 plus feet and in the right environment. We spoke to a ranger and she suggested we head towards Hume Lake on our way down to our camp site. A lovely lake dammed back in the 1940"s when logging was still happening in the area. We found a nice shady spot for lunch and the ...