Sonny’s camping tips: climbing a tree is a good time to try to slip your harness. 🙄 #notfunnySonny #houdinicat #Sonnyseesamerica #caturday
The one thing I will never forget about our visit to Sequoia National Park, on one of the first days that it was open for the season, was walking through the glistening snow, among the giant sequoias, and the absolutely magical light. We really felt like we’d walked into a fairytale. We probably took 500 photos, but if you’re a tree enthusiast, swipe for just a couple more!🌲❄️☀️
Remembering our beautiful camping spot at the edge of Lake Kaweah. Swipe for the view from the front of our trailer - and from the front of Sonny’s cat tent. 😺⛺️
Sonny’s camping tips: Don’t let your humans slack off just because they’re away from home. Remind them that all meals must be delivered promptly. #caturday
Beautiful Lake Isabella in California’s Kern River Valley. If you peer closely in the second pic, there’s a tiny Shane down by the water. 😂
Some #caturdays, even the most intrepid adventure cats just want to snooze.
After we left Death Valley, we camped on the edge of Lake Isabella while we explored Sequoia National Forest. It was stunning and definitely worth a visit. Shane was virtually lying in a mountain stream when he took this photo of me. Swipe to see the photographer in the blue T shirt in action. :)
Sonny’s camping tips: smell everything thoroughly. When in doubt, sniff again. #caturday
Who has driven from LA to Death Valley? We went that way and drove through Mojave, past Red Rock Canyon State Park, past Owens Lake, with the colossal wall of the Sierra Nevadas to the west, and through the Panamint Mountains into Death Valley. I didn’t take many photos at the top of the mountain pass into the park because we were concentrating on getting the trailer around some fairly tight turns, but here are some pics around Owens Lake on our way in and on our way out of the park. It was beautiful.