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Old 06-21-2012, 10:53 AM   #76
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And someday I will take my family to those redwoods. I've never been there. I would love to go back and do Yosemite again (longer this time), San Fransisco, and the redwoods. But I want my girls to be old enough to all 3 stay at a hotel by themselves so Donald and I can do a few wineries by ourselves one afternoon.

I live 45 miles from San Francisco in Fairfield. Home of the Jelly Belly plant, Anheiser Busch, 3 plastic plants, Ball Metal, Clorox, Travis Air Force Base and other industries. We are also in the middle of a farming valley that is ful of wineries.


I can understand wanting to wait until the girls are old enough. I toured the wineries as a kid with my parents and they are rather boring for kids. Not only that mom and dad time is nice.
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Someday, when I no longer have a toddler, we'll do Yosemite. I've never been and it looks absolutely breath taking in pictures - I can't even fathom what it looks like in real life!
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those trees remind me of the movie Fern Gully! I have seen Redwoods in BC Canada, they are pretty spectacular.

I love the pictures. Keep them coming.
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Well lookee here! A trip report! I've only been on the Disboards sporadically in the last several months, but I'm back and looking for the writings of some of my favourite Dis-Writers!

II've got to go back and start reading this from the beginning, but Whoa! Them's big trees!

(and didya hear? I'm going to tent camp at the Fort this fall! Ye have been an inspiration and motivation!)
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Sorry this has been neglected. But I have an excellent excuse. I actually have MORE than one good excuse.

The first one is that on June 29th a land hurricane hit our town and we lost electricity for TEN days! That's right. 10 days.

Here's an article written by one of my neighbors:

http://www.athensnews.com/ohio/artic...h-se-ohio.html

The picture is of my backyard where a tree caught fire from downed power lines.

As you can imagine, going back to the 1800's threw off my computer skills a little bit. Especially since I run an AIR CONDITIONING company and it was on average 100+ degrees these 10 days. As the power came back house by house, we got a zillion calls. Which is good for our bottom line, but bad since we didn't have cell phones OR landlines for 4 days at work either.

However, it's now been a full week since my power came back on and I am officially put back together. And I've learned quite a bit about my family. First, we LOVED hanging our laundry to dry. We loved pretty much everything about it. So we bought and installed a rotary clothes line thingy and we LOVE it. Second, we really didn't miss tv. We played music more and played games more. Which considering we already do those things we did them a LOT. And we had a great time at our pool with out neighborhood. So we probably will get rid of our cable here shortly.

In addition to that very good excuse for neglecting this TR, I have another one.

Suzy, in her madness, told me a week ago Saturday night that she and Milo would be happy if Donald and I wanted to come along on their August trip. Now, that trip was only four weeks away at the time and we had no electricity and were in the middle of a conference. So I immediately told her that was crazy and there was no way. But you know how something just gets in your head and then you can't get rid of it?

So I priced it and configured it. And I asked Donald. And we discussed. And we plotted. And we BOOKED! Do you know why? Because we are insane. I know you all already know that. But I'm willing to admit it. I need a 12 step program.

It's now 3 weeks away. And a surprise to all of the kids except Charming. Am I stressed out? Slightly. But I'm trying to pretend I'm not.

Anyhow, that is why you've all been neglected. But, I should have it together now. And I'll get back on track, though it will be slightly off since I'm going on ANOTHER week long trip in the same summer.

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I live 45 miles from San Francisco in Fairfield. Home of the Jelly Belly plant, Anheiser Busch, 3 plastic plants, Ball Metal, Clorox, Travis Air Force Base and other industries. We are also in the middle of a farming valley that is ful of wineries.


I can understand wanting to wait until the girls are old enough. I toured the wineries as a kid with my parents and they are rather boring for kids. Not only that mom and dad time is nice.
Yeah, it's just not fun for them and that makes it not fun for us.

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Someday, when I no longer have a toddler, we'll do Yosemite. I've never been and it looks absolutely breath taking in pictures - I can't even fathom what it looks like in real life!
Trust me, pictures do nothing. The beauty is overwhelming and surrounds you like a giant hug! And night and day. There is never a time of day it's not gorgeous. Even at 3 am as you walk to the potty from your tent, the stars are intense. There are zillions and zillions of them.

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those trees remind me of the movie Fern Gully! I have seen Redwoods in BC Canada, they are pretty spectacular.

I love the pictures. Keep them coming.
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Well lookee here! A trip report! I've only been on the Disboards sporadically in the last several months, but I'm back and looking for the writings of some of my favourite Dis-Writers!

II've got to go back and start reading this from the beginning, but Whoa! Them's big trees!

(and didya hear? I'm going to tent camp at the Fort this fall! Ye have been an inspiration and motivation!)


Tent camping at the FORT???!!!! Woohoo!!!!! That is amazing. You are gonna have such a great time. You have to tell us all the details. Donald and I have gotten even better at the tent camping since our Fort trip so any questions ask away. We 'sperienced now.
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Despite our hunger we decided to press on and go to Sherman. You know this is flat out against my rules to continue the vacation past people enjoying themselves. However we didn't feel there were too many options. We were staying at Montecito lodge where dinner is included and it wouldn't be served yet. And to turn around and get food was a long drive. So Donald said we were pressing on and it's good for kids to learn you have to deal with adversity sometimes and continue to have a cheery attitude. I prefer to not teach these lessons on my vacation, but agreed there was little choice this day.

So to General Sherman we went. As we got out of the car Boo continued her brattiness and Donald hung back to explain a few things to her. I'm not sure what transpired but when they met up with us halfway down the trail she was happy as a lark and going on and on about seeing a turtle. Sometimes a little Daddy attitude adjustment is just what the doctor ordered.

Here is the turtle:


Do you see the brick pattern where Donald is standing? That is the base of the Sherman tree. That is a BIG tree.


Can you see Ariel's green jacket?


I am including the picture below because I love you all and you deserve to see it. But I HATED this pic. And I have lost 9 lbs since it was taken just 2 months ago. I used my hatred for it as my inspiration.



This walk and viewing of the General Sherman tree was with the nicest tourists I have ever encountered. Mostly German, Australian, and American they were delightful. Friendly, laughing, having a wonderful time, offering to take other family's pictures. It was as if we were all on the same giant tour bus.

This I am sure is also a terrible photo of me but the tree is so big that to get a picture of it the girl had to stand so far away you can barely see us. And the whole tree is STILL not in the picture.



How many of us would it take to give the General Sherman a hug? To be tree huggers of this tree? A LOT, lot more of us:


Then we hiked back up the hill and everyone enjoyed a turtle ride.


Attitude Adjusted:


And with that we had all had more than enough. And were near faint. Into the car we hopped and off we went. There is a lot of road work in Seqouia and we quickly found ourselves at another long red light. To our left was a swampy area and Donald said the whole time we sat there:
"Do you guys see that creature? I can't tell what it is." And then he guessed all kinds of things. Well I never could see the creature, try as I might. And then someone of us, maybe Mulan, said, "I think this swamp is a dammed." And that's when it hit us: it was a BEAVER! None of us have ever seen a beaver and so we were all VERY interested in seeing it and tried even harder. You know how the person who has it view describes and points "It's there near the brown log with the green, there! Do you see it?" and of course the ENTIRE area is all one giant brown log with green?

And then the light turned green. So Donald has seen a beaver, a nice long view of a beaver on it's dam. And I haven't. Dam.

And then we were at Montecito Lake Lodge. It was only 5:10. But to us it was 8:10. And dinner wasn't until 6:00/9:00. Ugh. I felt like a city slicker as we had to drag all of our giant suitcases in to de-bear them instead of just our backpacks like I had planned. But there was no helping it. I didn't want bears hurting our rental car. You have no idea how much luggage a family with winter coats, hats, and scarves AND Disney shorts, ears, and flipflops has.

Our room and the whole lodge had a decidedly summer camp feel. I LOVED it. Wish we'd had two nights instead of just the one.

Once all our things had been dragged in, I made myself immediately comfortable.



Boo played with her toys and this big bad boy:


After about 20 minutes, we went ahead and headed downstairs to play games and await dinner.

Dinner was served in two rooms, a cafeteria feel room, only way cozier. And a ski-lodge feel game room. We chose the ski-lodge room and proceeded to enjoy ourselves.



While Boo made herself comfortable with the blocks, the big girls and I headed outside to see the view. There was a couple from Pennsylvania also out there who really loved to chitchat. Donald came out for a moment but could see it wasn't his scene (NOT into stranger chitchatting, even though he's good at it.) But under the pool were these two deer:


And they were funny to watch. So even though I was a bit cranky I let the lady tell me her life story (the key to stranger chitchat is to just keep asking THEM questions and let them do 100% of the work) while I enjoyed the clean air and entertainment.

Then Mulan and I decided to play Foosball and had a fierce battle. It was very close, but I pulled it off and beat her. She's 11. I never just let her win.



Pretty soon they put some biscuits out and they were GOOD biscuits. Cheddar. And that took the edge off. So we played a little Euchre and enjoyed some biscuits. Boo played away.



After a delicious dinner of chicken, garlic mashed potatoes, broccoli (oh my this broccoli was GOOD) full salad bar, fish, and quinoa (none of us had this, we've tried quinoa a zillion ways and just don't like it) we just enjoyed the people watching. None of the tourists here were foreign. They were all solidly British Empire. It was odd. How did the English, Australians, and Americans know to come here and the Germans, French, and others not? It was odd. Maybe only British empire people like summer camps?

A little boy named Trenton started playing with Boo and the trains. How do I know his name was Trenton? It got yelled a lot. Trenton was no so good with the sharing. Boo can be a turkey, but when she is playing with strangers she is very good and cooperative. But Trenton didn't care. He was a crazy train/block enthusiast and having a cooperative partner was not helpful. The only thing that would have been ok is if Boo did not exist.

Well, that didn't take us long to get tired of. So we finished up our Euchre game and decided to head out to the hot tub. I was SO tired but Donald thought it would be relaxing to go hot tubbing in the cold and then participate in the outdoor campfire. So off we went. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed the hot tub except me. It was a lovely temperature and the cool outdoor temperature made it seem even better. Plus the view and the smell of the trees. It should have been blissful. But Boo had been bad all day. From crying randomly for no reason, to stepping in the rotten fruit, to her bratty behavior after Moro Rock. I realize she had been good too. But the bad overwhelmed the good for me this day and her bratty, spoiled behavior continued in the hot tub. And I was tired and had no tolerance. So I didn't enjoy it. I just wanted to kill her.

We then wrapped up in our coverups and towels and went and sat by the campfire. It was a little cold for being wet and everyone else around the campfire was in jackets and jeans, but it wasn't bad and I knew had we gone up to our room to change, we wouldn't come back.

Bizarrely our camp director's REAL name given to him by his parents was Yogi. I'm not joking. He had a name badge and everything. Who names their kid Yogi? He was probably in his late 20's and was BORN to be a camp director. Fun, outdoorsy, he had a steel guitar, and knew a lot about trees. I really like Yogi.

Also around the campfire was our friends from PA and a nice family from Oklahoma. Yogi had to step away for a moment and we were left with a REALLY geeky counselor and his girlfriend. I have no problem with geeks however geeks who know NOTHING and just pretend to drive me crazy. And this particular geek when left in charge decided to school us in Sequoia knowledge. Of which he had none. Seeing that you are sitting there with a group of people who have spent all day looking at and reading up on this subject, you probably should check your facts before spouting off. Even the children were trying to politely correct his geyser of incorrect information.

Finally after what seemed WAY longer than it probably was, Yogi was back with the s'mores ingredients and song books for the singalong. Yea for Yogi!

We enjoyed our s'mores (not me, I'm not a huge fan but Boo is a HUGE fan) and I enjoyed watching this 8 year old who didn't like graham crackers trying to make a s'more from a toasted marshmallow and 2 hershey bar halves. In theory this should make a sandwich. In reality it makes a total disaster that covers you in sticky marshmallow and chocolate and drives your neat and tidy Oklahoma mother NUTS. Not my kid and therefore amusing.

And then Yogi handed out songbooks and directed us to a Land called Hannalee. Boo wasn't familiar with Puff and that made me happy as forever more that song will be linked in her head with this trip and when she hears it it will bring back vivid memories. Love that.

This was really fun and I wished we could stay but by this time it was past midnight in my head, I'd had limited sleep the night before, and I was FREEZING. And so we had to go. I think the group was sad at our departure as we can keep a group on key pretty well and poor Yogi was not too good at the staying on key. Pretty sure the singing quality got a bit more inconsistent after our departure.

I went to take a shower and got Boo cleaned as well. Mulan was to do her hair while I dried off. But Boo continued her reign of terror and finally Donald had had enough and Boo was confined to her bed in absolute silence watching the Chipmunks with headphones. I'm glad she didn't disobey and try to get out of bed or talk as I think Donald may have given her what was coming. Perhaps she was well aware and thus kept her little mouth shut.

My next task was to sort through the bear issues. But the wonderfully huge closet had no light and so was pitch dark cave. I quickly gave it up till morning and collapsed into bed. Thank the LORD.

Had I not been tired and hungry for almost half of this day, it would have been spectacular. As it was, it was fantastic. Just one tiny notch below spectacular.
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Despite being dead tired, I woke up at 3 am. At home I'm up at 6 so I was really scared I wouldn't be able to fall back asleep. But the exhaustion helped I was able to sleep until 6 am. I laid in bed for a bit but the rest of my family also was on the wrong time and so were wide awake pretty early on. Donald and I sent the big girls down to get us coffee while we packed for bears. We were on full scale threatdown. Do any of you watch Stephen Colbert? The biggest threat to America according to him is bears. It may not be true, but this particular morning it FELT true.

In addition to Boo being unhappy about constant bear conversations and me muttering under my breath "stupid bears" there also was a spider on the ceiling. Now, I myself am not a spider lover. But this was a pretty small non-invasive spider on the ceiling. Not really a threat. But to Boo it was a disaster and she mainly spent her time staring at it as if taking her eyes off of it for one minute would make it decide to pounce on her and kill her in one deadly stroke. Did I mention it was smaller than a penny? And asking things like, "Do you think he's watching us?" and "Would it hurt really bad if that spider bit me?"

It took me about 30 minutes to repack everything. We had our jackets and gloves and scarves on and anything that would smell good to bears, which was a LOT of stuff, in ziploc baggies in backpacks. Ready to tent camp.

The view out our window:


All decked out in warm clothes:


By just after 7am we were wander the gorgeous resort. The whole place smelled like wood smoke. It was just wonderful.

Montecito Lake:


I mean, come on, do you SEE that lake? And imagine the brisk temperature and wood smoke mixed with fresh coffee. Really, really enjoyed this place.



We got done exploring and putting the luggage in the vehicle and headed back in. Ariel wanted to see if she could find her Aunt Suzy a pair of earrings as that is what Suzy always buys us when she is on vacation.


This is where the campfire was the night before:




The only bears we saw this trip:


I sat here and read for a bit and drank more coffee:


Breakfast was served at 7:45 am. Personally, I didn't enjoy it. Mainly it wasn't my thing, the generic breakfast buffet. But the setting and people were enjoyable. We ate in the main cafeteria room this time:


That being said they had scones. When I think of a scone I think of a hard tasteless thing you dip in coffee. These were the best tasting most amazing things ever. The were berry flavored and huge, light, flaky, YUMMY! They were so good, in fact, that we each had one AND took one for the road. After our experience the day before, I wanted to make sure we had an afternoon snack.

Ariel had found earrings but had to wait until after 8 am to buy them. So as soon as she was done eating, she was off.


We completely checked out and said good bye to our cute little family camp. Off to General Grant we headed. What would today bring?
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Thanks so much for sharing your family's adventure! I've been reading along and am looking forward to your next update!!!
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Man, everything about that place is gorgeous. I can almost smell the trees just looking at the pictures!
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Top ten MORE reasons you know you have a Disney Obsession:

10) You write a Disney TR for each of your trips
9) You let your sister talk you into going to WDW just 2 months after DL
8) You stage an elaborate game to surprise your kids
7) You surprise your kids with a WDW trip 2 months after their once in a childhood DL trip!!!!
6) You make matching tshirts for this trip
5) You have a FANTASTIC time
4) You come home and immediately plan your next trip
3) You repent to your readers for not writing over the summer
2) You finally admit outloud you have a problem
1) You refuse to take medicine

Because why stop a good thing, peeps???

Bottom line? I will commence this TR now that my kids are back in school (Boo goes tomorrow to Kindergarten!!) and I promise to not go to any Disney park until this TR is finished. Promise.

I will begin in the very next post.
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Yeah! I hope to you finish this trip and the next two! So glad your back and writing.

I know how you feel, once the kids are back in school you have so much more time to yourself!
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10) You write a Disney TR for each of your trips
9) You let your sister talk you into going to WDW just 2 months after DL
8) You stage an elaborate game to surprise your kids
7) You surprise your kids with a WDW trip 2 months after their once in a childhood DL trip!!!!
6) You make matching tshirts for this trip
5) You have a FANTASTIC time
4) You come home and immediately plan your next trip
3) You repent to your readers for not writing over the summer
2) You finally admit outloud you have a problem
1) You refuse to take medicine

Because why stop a good thing, peeps???

Bottom line? I will commence this TR now that my kids are back in school (Boo goes tomorrow to Kindergarten!!) and I promise to not go to any Disney park until this TR is finished. Promise.

I will begin in the very next post.



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General Grant

After our scones were secured in the glove box, thereby assuring we wouldn't starve later like we had the day before, we headed off to meet another general.

On the drive there Mulan kept pointing out interesting rocks. This is the mountains after all and there were very interesting rocks. Ariel would have none of it.

"Why are you pointing out rocks? Do you SEE these trees??? Rocks are boring."

To which I replied, "Just wait till you see Yosemite. Rocks aren't boring in Yosemite."

We parked and headed toward General Grant. This is a fallen tree that many years ago had a bar in it.


"You wanna grab a drink after work?"
"Sure. How about that hole in a wall place nearby?"
"Nah, let's go to the hole in a tree place instead."
"Ok but I heard it had fallen on bad times."





You simply can't tell how big it is, or how enormous that fire damage is.





When Donald and I had been here 18 months earlier we had taken a little walk to the Seqouia graveyard. It was about a mile roundtrip hike, not all pleasant. But we had enjoyed it so much and it was early morning that we decided to risk that there might be some whining.

It is a VERY cool walk. It is where they cut down Seqouias in the 20's before realizing they are impossible to cut down, no good for wood, and should be just left alone.

And beautiful.



Can you imagine if the forest was clear cut??????????


You see my 3 girls in there?






Just chillin' on a tree. No big deal.


This is me standing on the railing trying desperately to get high enough to get the whole stump and not even getting a tiny fraction of it.






Hello, pine cone.


I didn't see any signs to take the pine cones but really, who could fit them in a suitcase if they wanted one???




My Hercules:


There ended up being no whining on this walk at all. Because it was early in the day, no one was on the paths, and there are so many things to see, the mile flew by and Donald and I knew our girls were ready and old enough to hike a bit more than a few 1/4 mile hikes or one longer one. They could handle a 2-3 mile hike.

We then began our descent. This hike is actually just outside the park. So once back at our car, we headed down. It's an amazing drive and totally different than what we'd already driven through. Of course it was. Every tiny corner of California is unique and amazing.



So, so beautiful.
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I've been missing you. Glad you are back to finish! Those trees are just amazing! Hope I get the chance to see them one day.
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I love all the great pictures you guys got with all the huge trees! It looks like such a great trip!

After reading your 10 MORE reasons, I wasn't able to deny that I suffer from ALL the symptoms, including the new ones). DH and I got back from our honeymoon to WDW and now my mom and I are taking a "girls' trip" to DL at Christmas... after I said I wasn't going to make a trip for at least a year! Disney twice a year is becoming the new norm!

So excited to read the rest of your TR, and the newer one with the whole Suzy and Perla clan!

Oh, and I hope Boo is liking kindergarten and that the big girls are having a great school year so far!
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