セコイア&キングス・キャニオン国立公園 旅行記③/Hello from Sequoia and Kings Canyon vol.3

今回で、パトからのセコイア&キングス・キャニオン国立公園旅行記は最後になります。最終日、パトはどのように過ごしたのでしょうか。

The sky was clear and blue in Sequoia National Park this morning, but only for about an hour. Right after breakfast clouds started covering the mountains again. My first stop of the day was Morro Rock, a granite dome that looks out over the Great Western Divide, a mountain range in the Sierra Nevada. The path to the top of the dome is steep and narrow, but not too long. Unfortunately the top of the dome was completely covered by clouds and I couldn’t see the valley below.

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セコイア&キングス・キャニオン国立公園 旅行記②/Hello from Sequoia and Kings Canyon vol.2

パトから届いた「セコイア&キングスキャニオン旅行記」の2日目です。朝は雷雨で目が覚めたようです。お天気が心配ですが、どうだったのでしょうか?

I woke up this morning to the rumble of thunder and the sound of heavy rain. Fortunately the weather cleared up a bit after breakfast and I was able to see more of Sequoia National Park.

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セコイア&キングス・キャニオン国立公園 旅行記/Hello from Sequoia and Kings Canyon

パトはいま、カリフォルニア州にあるセコイア・キングズキャニオン国立公園へ旅行に行っています。パトから届いた旅行記を、皆さんにもお届けさせて頂きます。

Hello from Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. These two national parks are located in the Sierra Nevada mountain range, south of Yosemite National Park. The entrance to Kings Canyon is about 50 miles east of Fresno, California. On the way to the park you climb from an elevation of around 1,000 feet to over 7,000 feet above sea level. I drove through a few clouds along the way.

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バイリンガル ブッククラブ/Bilingual Book Club

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今回はいつもとは違い、私が通っているACCのリーディングクラスについてのパトとの会話形式になっています。会話の中には、R.A.Sasakiさんという人の書いた本が出てきます。多読の一冊としてもお勧めなので、是非そちらもご覧ください。

This time we’re going post something a little different. It’s a conversation that エリ and I had about the reading class that she is taking at Austin Community College. She recently finished a short story by the author R.A. Sasaki that might be of interest to people studying Japanese or English.

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