After sweating out a week of jury duty on-call status, I motored down to Fresno, then turned left toward the Sierras. I worked my way from south to north through Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Explored a 25-mile, 700-turn, single-lane road, a cool cavern, a river roiling with snowmelt, ran across some merry marmots, a slithering snake and a breakfasting bear on the trails.
I also had to turn around a set of proof pages for the upcoming Conceptual Integrated Science lab manual. I worked that out from my motel room south of Sequoia.
2006 06 Sequoia and Kings Canyon