It has been some hot, very, very HOT days here in California. It’s hard to keep the camper cool. We are staying in Lemon Cove, just below Sequoia National Park. The first day we arrived, we did laundry first thing and went to Wal-Mart and stocked up on groceries. Those things aren’t fun but necessary. We all piled up inside the camper and tried to stay cool.
This is our thermometer reading from yesterday.
On the second day we went to Sequoia National Forest. That is an amazing place. It is hard to describe the views and the size of the trees. We were awe struck by it. The pictures do not do it justice.
On the third day we got up at daylight and went to beetle rock and caught the sun coming up. Then we went for a hike on the big tree trail and the round meadow trail. We went to the see the General Sherman Tree. Its volume is 52,500 cubic feet which makes it the biggest Tree on earth. The view from Bettle Rock.
We have three days of pictures in Sequoia National Park. I can’t show them all. I am working on a video with all of them. Hopefully that will be out soon.
We will be leaving here tomorrow and saying goodbye to Dustin. He will be headed back to Los Angeles and we will be headed out to find our next adventure. Y’all stay tuned and see where this life in tow takes us next.
Live life and love on your family,
We are Darren and Christie Berry We sold our house in April of 2017 and moved into a 24 foot camper. We needed a little bit more room, so in January of 2019 we moved into a 37 foot Class A motorhome. Darren still works a conventional job so we are still tied tied down to the area. We travel as much as time will allow us to. Some people would say that we are homeless, but we have a home and it goes with us where ever we go.