Rio Sierra Riverhouse
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... br> Mike and Karen were driving up from Bakersfield on Hwy 65, and it was a miracle, but they passed us as we were stopping for gas. We took so long in the mountains that we thought for sure they would make it to the campground first. They said that they had about a 30 mile stretch of road that was not to Karen’s liking; ups and downs and curves along the mountain canyons and cliffs. Mike said it was a beautiful drive along the river, but we ...
... in our truck. I don't know how the people driving big, wide RVs did it. But we made it up, and the sequoias were amazing. I probably shouldn't even try to describe them, because it won't work. It's not just the size, but the color, feel, and smell were just awesome. And some of them had been alive for over 2,500 years. I think the guy we met at the RV park put it best when said that being up there in the sequoias was like being in ...
... at Lake Kaweah. This is a very large lake that has a dam that was finished in 1962 and is run by the Army Corp of Engineers and is at 38% capacity (which is better then the last one we saw). They have not had the snow the past 3 years to fill it but it will never get lower than 50 feet. It was built for Agriculture and the dairy farms and the volunteer at the station said there was a lot of concrete at the bottom (houses and orchards were taken to build the dam). This weekend ...
... a plastic bag filled with whatever you need to make them mixed up ready to pour and cook. I love a good supermarket, it wasn't the best, but hopefully will find another better. After the supermarket it took us about an hour to get out of the city, the navman kept trying, but we kept taking the almost right turn but then had to do a uturn. Made easy by American road rules and the fact that there are u-turn bays all the ...
... pictures a day, but with so much today, its hard. I'm also going to include a video for each place. All this might be boring to you all but it really was a great day for us. First - General Sherman - the largest tree in the United States - this isn't the tallest or widest, but in terms of volume. It is a massive tree. It was early and not yet too crowded walking along the downhill path was very relaxing. Second - Moro Rock - a huge granite stone ...