REDWOOD FORESTS (SEQUOIA) OF CALIFORNIA

This blog has been in my mind for sometime, I decided to take thectime to do it. The pictures of the costal redwoods were taken this year by by friend, Alita on their trip to California. We visited the site in the 1960’s. I have know idea where our pictures are located.

There are two species of Redwoods

COASTAL:

What fun it is drive through a tree. We were able to do so on our trip.

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Itis necessary on a trip to the coastal redwoods is stopped and see Paul Banyon and Babe, the Blue Ox.

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INTERIOR REDWOODS AKS GAINT SEQUOIAS

In 2003 one of stopps was Sequoia National Park to see other species of Redwoods. The following were taken by Robert R. Davenport. You could no longer drive a car through a tree, but here is one.

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2 Responses to REDWOOD FORESTS (SEQUOIA) OF CALIFORNIA

  1. becca givens says:

    Viewing these trees from the base is on my “to-do-list”! Thank you for sharing!

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