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Old 06-15-2016, 06:57 AM   #41
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Planning to head to the north rim of the Grand Canyon tomorrow, then to Bryce Canyon on Sunday, will decide whether we want to revisit either Zion or Bryce on Monday, then going on a boat tour on Lake Powell on Tuesday
I hope all is going well on your adventure. I'm bringing the rig home in a few days to begin prep for our departure next Friday. Safe travels!

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Old 06-16-2016, 12:30 PM   #42
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Well, apologies for not getting a chance to post a few more pics, might get a chance tonight possibly, just been out having too much fun.
We absolutely loved Zion NP, Bruce Canyon and the Grand Canyon north rim. Amazing time in Utah & Arizona, sad to leave really.

Arrived last night in Three Rivers, CA just outside Sequoia. Will be travel into the park in a few mins.

I've decided that all CA drivers, at least in this area (I-15 to Hwy58) are ********!
I've never been cut-up, deliberately blocked from merging (and yes i signal and merge early) and passed (when doing 65) over blind hills in no-passing zones (obviously suicidal diverts), so much anywhere (even in FL, and FL drivers are horrible)

Anyways, looking forward to visiting Sequoia
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Old 06-18-2016, 12:50 AM   #43
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Had an awesome couple of days in Seqouia and Kings Canyon National Parks.
Three Rivers Hideaway campground, only a couple of miles outside of the park, and full-hookup (unlike the campgrounds in the park) was a great choice. Very friendly staff, basic but adequate facilities, and great location.
Wish we'd had time to make use of their area for swimming in the river or their white-water rafting trips.
Again, I'll get to post photos eventually ... honest

Moving on to Sugar Pine RV Park, about an hour from the edge of Yosemite, tomorrow
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