Snow and National Parks – California

On February 22, we moved to Coarsegold, California.  The RV park we stayed in was called Park Sierra, an SKP park (like the one in Benson, Arizona).  In this area, it was cold.

On the way, we stopped at César E. Chávez NM.  We learned about the man who helped make living conditions and payment better for workers on farms which paid very little.

Yosemite National Park

The next day, we went to Yosemite National Park, a beautiful place with lots of wilderness, waterfalls, mountains, trees, and snow.  I had not seen this much snow since…well forever.  We made snowballs, made an icy trail, and slid down slopes on sleds.  We had so much fun, and it was a gorgeous place.

King's Canyon and Sequoia National Park

We drove through King’s Canyon after going to the visitor center, but the canyon itself wasn’t open.  Then we went to Sequoia and played in the snow for a bit.  Both Sequoia and King’s Canyon are famous for their gigantic sequoias, some more than 200 ft. tall.

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