Over 3,000 miles, 12 states, 6 days, and lots of sites and adventures, we made it to our final destination from Vegas, passing by the largest thermometer on the way.
We headed into town for the Farmer’s Market and Waiter’s Race.
On Saturday morning, my mom and I went into town to the spa to celebrate an early birthday for her. Although we did a lot of walking in Arizona and Nevada, the massages were much needed and after 75 minutes of bliss we were feeling much better and less sore from all the driving the past week. We walked down the street to have lunch at Char. Maybe it was because I was starving, but the Fig e Fromage may be the best sandwich I’ve ever had. They also have a variety of popcorn options. Oh, and having beer, wine and liquor at delis, pharmacies and grocery stores is going to take a lot to get use to.
After lunch, we headed to Sequoia National Park to Moro Rock. It was low 70’s in Visalia, but by the time we got to the top of the mountain, it had dropped to the low 40’s.
We were in the clouds most of the day, and had to wait several times for the sky to clear to be able to take a clear picture.