Last month on the first day of summer our car broke down in the middle of the road at 6,000ft elevation on the road to the General Sherman tree and could not be moved, and this lovely ranger came out and directed traffic around us off and on for a solid five hours til the nearest tow truck could get to us. I don't remember her name, but she mentioned she drove a Subaru. Anyway, her help was much appreciated! I'd like to buy all the rangers that helped us that day a cup of coffee. Hands down the best place to be stranded for five hours.
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Park:Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks