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Oct 6, 2014 - La Californie, la Sierra Nevada et ses Parcs

Bonjour a Tous, Juste pour mettre un ptit point sur la carte. Un article et photos suivront sur les Parcs Nationaaux Sequoia et Yosimetedans une prochaine entrer. Facteur humain encore present et au meilleur dans les Parcs, feux camps, bierre et vin... Ainsi qu,a Fresno, belle rencontre et invitation pour 2 nuits lorsque je suis arriver en ville pres de la boutique de velo. Donc, internet, douche et repas different. Wababadoudou !!!

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May 31, 2011 - Day 28 Lake Isabella Camp

we passed thru walker pass wiggling around sequoia natl forest but never entering it... we passed several small towns to isabella lake and kern river. we are camped at mountain mesa... there are some nice photos here but like one mountain, after awhile they all look the same...but still awesome in size and beauty... our today's photos: https://picasaweb.google.com/109555858904076951880/Day28IsabellaLake# our journal/map: http://www.mytripjournal.com/us50 ron & bebe ALSO: we'll be a dancin' at the bakersfield buck owens crystal palace this...

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May 7, 2010 - Isabella Lake, CA - Stine Cove Recreation Area

(Ron Writing) This morning we left Bakersfield and headed northeast to Isabella Lake. Our original plan was to move farther north up into the mountains but it’s still a little too early for the higher elevations. Most of the roads up there are still closed and the campgrounds that are open are still getting freezing temperatures at night. The weather chased us away from this area about 2 weeks ago before we had time to do all the hiking we’d planned. We hope to have some nice weather again so we can explore some of the areas further north...

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Jan 28, 2010 - Lake Isabella

With the weather slowly improving we headed out one afternoon to Lake Isabella. We had visited Lake Isabella seven years ago on our trial run before making the decision we wanted to travel full time. Lake Isabella is fed by the Kern River which comes down from the slopes of Mount Whitney. The Kern River ranks as one of the steepest runnable rivers in the USA, dropping over 12,000 ft along 150 miles so is an area popular with whitewater rafters. The lake was quite low, a recognition of the near drought conditions experienced by the south...

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Jul 13, 2008 - Las Vegas, NV to Sequoia National Forest, CA

Sunday 7/13/08 Obviously no church this morning…we are still in Vegas. We took a helicopter ride over Hoover Dam, Lake Mead and the Grand Canyon…What a way to see it! We just loved it. Bill and I again are at a fork in the road with our choice of our path of travel. I voted against driving straight through Death Valley in the middle of summer but he convinced me this would be the best way to go…Yikes! For those of you who have been in Death Valley you know how lovely it can be in the winter and even early spring…lots of sand dunes and dirt...

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