Today was BIG day for us on the bike. As you just read we did spent almost the exact same amount of time as we did yesterday though 200 miles shorter. How is that possible you ask? Well yesterday we averaged about 60 miles per hour…today we only averaged 40 MPH. I can’t complain though. The sights we say were spectacular.
Then we arrived at our first National Park of the journey: Sequoia National Park. This park is particularly known for the giant sequoia trees, and by giant they mean ginormous. These trees were so GRAND that I couldn’t even get a whole tree in a picture. See what I mean.
Due to an hour delay (apparently a road collapsed in Sequoia), we didn’t see as much of King’s Canyon as we would have liked but we did see an amazing view of the Sierra Nevada’s. And as I am writing this, both dad and I are drinking a Sierra Nevada Pale Ale…ironic?!
Here are some more images from today 🙂
I hope you enjoyed them…stay tuned for day 3: Yosemite National Park 🙂
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