by Lilia Walsh
Lately I’ve been dreaming of a cross country adventure; I want to drive across the country, and arrive, travel-worn but excited, on the west coast. I’ll know I’ve arrived when I find myself among California’s giant redwoods and sequoias, a destination I’ve been dreaming of since I first saw them in National Geographic as a kid. Let’s head west
Trio of Giant Redwoods – Look up! and up and up!
The President: a tree so big that it took 126 frames to properly capture its 247 feet of glory. The tree is more than three thousand years old. Can you find all three climbers? – Photo by Michael Nichols/National Geographic
Climbers – Don’t look down!
The peaceful Forest Trail, The Redwoods, California
Sequoia Star Trails-Photo by Jim Brandenburg
The Imposing General Sherman Sequoia
Multiple researchers scale this 300 ft, 1,500 year old redwood – Can I have your job please?-Photo by Michael Nichols
General Sherman watches the stars come out
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