California 2009

     Day 14 – July 13, 2009
      Today we drove from Red Bluff to our midway point, Tulare, CA, in the central valley, south of Fresno.  We decided to make a detour, since we were doing so well on time, to Kings Canyon National Park, a partner and neighbor of Sequoia National Park. We had visited Sequoia back in 1993, on our first cross country trip, but we did not sample Kings Canyon. We had very limited time, since it took us longer than expected to get to the park, so we just drove to see the General Grant Tree, the park’s major attraction. It is the 3rd largest tree in the world and is quite impressive. We took several photos and then left for Tulare for the night. Check out my pictures in the photo album.


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