After a night of rest, we were right back off to Sequoia National Park. This time a little further norther in King’s Canyon and Grant’s Grove…another day of incredible scenery. The drive from Visalia started with acre after acre of several different fruit farms: oranges, grapefruits, grapes, and several other trees we didn’t recognize. Then the base of the mountain that ultimately took us into the park; the 6,000 ft climb simulated a drive from North Carolina to Canada. The drive started at a comfortable 60 degrees and ended around 30 degrees with several feet of snow, all over the the course of about 30 miles. The prize at the end of the climb…the giant sequoia trees. So impressive, they seemed like leftovers from the days of dinosaurs. I kept seeing pterodactyls out of the corners of my eyes.