My partner and I went to visit some friends that live about 40 miles south of Fresno in a small town called Visalia, but visalia is in the heart of the San Joaquin agricultural Valley, however it is one of the biggest cities in the San Joaquin Valley, and there are numerous national parks located nearby, including Sequoia, Yosemite, and Kings Canyon, and when our partner and I visited some friends, the two of us decided to check out some arenas that harvested and sold marijuana, and marijuana sales are legal in CA and there were a couple of odd marijuana businesss in Visalia that allowed tourism.
My partner and I went on a tour of the processing plant and the two of us also viewed some of the indoor plants and the rest of the facilities; Going to a marijuana farm was a unquestionably particular experience and one of the biggest highlights from our trip to Visalia, however every one of us also appreciated going to Sequoia National Park.
The trees are greater than life and it’s difficult to guess they have been there for thoUSAnds of years. My partner and I hiked numerous of the trails in the park and the two of us even saw a few of numerous mountain peaks in the distance. It was really one of the nicest national parks that I have visited, and our partner and I have been to numerous arenas across the country. Vasilia, CA is definitely the type of arena I would visit again. I would have preferred to take a wine tasting tour while the two of us were there, but the two of us ran out of time. It would be nice to go back when the grapes are still on the vine.