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We really enjoyed our evenings at the park, walking by the river and hanging out by the campfire. We ended up visiting our friends again (and seeing the dog's tricks again). We talked for quite a while, and he showed me drawings he did when he was in the Korean war and told us a lot of stories and history from the area. We left that day having not only seen the natural beauty of the area, but feeling more connected, just as we had hoped.
... the eye. Overall the landscape is spectacular and postcard perfect. We make it to the parking area for the walk to General Sherman's tree. We are sitting in the car in shorts, t-shirts and thongs or sandals, but watching people walk past in long pants and jumpers, we'll be fine! We start walking and it's cold. Ewan and Gretchen are shivering in no time looking for the patches of sun to defrost in. It is quickly forgotten as we round the first bend and ...
... it was only on the return trip that we started to see the proper canyon. we had passed it on the way out and not noticed it. d'oh. kings canyon is actually america's deepest canyon. the kings river cuts 8,200 into the canyon. phew - kings canyon tick. i feel like writing to the park authority about this.
the park roads have a speed limit of 35 mph. just as well, they tend not to have many crash barriers on the ...
... moments. This trail ran along the river that the falls feed into & is right next to this huge sheer rock mountain. Gorgeous. I met another family, these ones from Florida & I walked w/them at some points. Along the way, I found 3 baby chipmunks that were squeaking & squawking at each other as they weren't together & mom was no where to be found. Hopefully they found their way home before dark! Or some owl is eating well tonight.
Further up, some ...
... We meandered through the grove and chit-chatted about our big hike out into the back-country as we keyed out a few birds flitting and fluting off their talents and plumage. Every breath took we noticed that our lungs were not completely adjusted to the High Sierra altitudes. We played it right by giving ourselves a day to acclimate for tomorrow's adventure. ...