Over The Hill With Sherry

Traveling – It leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller

Well, a couple of weeks have gone by since my birthday and turning the big 60! Wow, where have the years gone? I remember in my younger years thinking 60 was so old and so far away and before you know it here I am 60, but do I feel old? Oh, there are some …

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The first stop on the .08 mile loop is the “Fallen Monarch, ” a thousand-year-old Sequoia Tree that is more than just a big old log lying on the ground. The Fallen Monarch has lived through different periods of history with a unique past. No one knows when this giant fell but is was hallowed …

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The Early Years   On September 25, 1890, President Benjamin Harrison signed legislation establishing America’s second national park.  Sequoia National Park was created to protect the giant sequoia trees from logging and was the first national park formed to protect a living organism. One week later, General Grant National Park was created and Sequoia was enlarged. …

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So after 2 1/2 weeks of living in the cabin, I was able to move my RV to “Cedar Springs”, the staff housing area for travel trailers and motorhomes. The winter snow had finally melted enough for us to get in there, but it was still pretty wet and muddy. I took a drive to …

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April 23rd I headed down the road to explore Sequoia National Park, which is the sister park right next to Kings Canyon National Park. If there were no signs indicating landmarks you would not even know when you are entering and exiting each park, they are sometimes looked as if they are one park. This …

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I left Phoenix, AZ on April 6, 2019, to head to Kings Canyon National Park where I would be starting a new job as Cash Auditor for 6 months. I found that my friend Chris, who had been living in California near Visalia for a while was still in the area and was heading out …

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Today, September 28, 2018, Colleen and I were up and out the door heading from Vacaville, CA to Grassvalley, CA to spend the day with our friend Teri from high school. We all grew up together just up over the mountain in Truckee, CA…..We have been Facebook friends for a few years now but we …

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After leaving the Cowboy Museum in Oakdale we stopped at the sandwich shop and got ourselves some lunch to take with us to Knights Ferry. Upon arriving at Knights Ferry we were looking forward to eating our lunch at the picnic table near the river. We no more sat down and started to unwrap our …

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One of the stops Colleen and I made on our trip to Yosemite was a stop off in Oakdale, California to the Cowboy Museum. Oakdale is a city in the San Joaquin Valley. As professional rodeo men and women moved into Oakdale, the interest in rodeos grew. The Saddle Club started putting on rodeos in …

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Over The Hill With Sherry

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