Falling Waters River Resort
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... largest living thing. It was a famous Sequoia tree and it's name was General William. It was so big. Every year it grows bigger. My dad told us that. It was more than one hundred degrees. Not anything like Ohio. The elevation was 900 to 7,000. It was amazing to us. Then we came back and showered. Then we got back on the rode to head to Awesome, Amazing Las Vegas. See ya there!!!!!!!
... quiet, along a river, mountains and giant trees all around, etc. Typical idyllic Sierra Nevada setting. What it also had, which was different to many of the campgrounds we had stayed at, was showers! So, yes, even the roughest of us marched off for a bit of a scrub. NB It's significant to note that said showers were about ½ a mile away from our actual campsite, so triple checking the 'shower essentials' checklist was pretty important. One of the things ...
... at all the other campsites in the area only to settle back on the first we looked at. After Petersen's hot tubs we were a bit cautious.
Our first proper campsite with fire pit and picnic and weather that lets you sit out side in the evening. Elaine is in charge of the G&T, which were amazing, and Marc is responsible for food and relaxation.
It feels like the second part of the RV trip has started.
... br> then proceeded to flaunt our elegantly handmade hitchhiking sign
through the streets and then onto the highway. Apparently Andrew and I
have enough karma built up that we got rides relatively quickly. A kind
Australian firefighter went out of his way to drive us to Hwy 395, then
an outdoorsy, off-roadin' couple took us all the way the Kennedy Meadows
at 9 o'clock at night. All thanks to the generosity of strangers and
the "Hikers ...
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Quote of the Day:
"Death Valley is surely the nearest to a little Hell upon Earth that the white wicked world can produce."
A New York World reporter, ...