Monday, April 9, 2007

Easter Sunday in Kingsburg, CA

We drove to Sequoia National Park. The scenery was beautiful, but when we got to the high elevations where the giant sequoia trees were, we ran into split pea soup fog so bad the visibility was about 20 feet. If you got close enough to one of the trees you could almost tell that it was there. As we exited Sequoia National Park and entered Kings Canyon National Park the fog lifted somewhat and we were able to see and photograph some of the big trees. The largest tree in Sequoia National Park (the General Sherman tree) is the largest living thing on earth, and the General Grant tree which is the third largest. On the way back to the trailer we stopped at an Olive Garden restaurant in Clovis for Easter dinner.

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