Uncle Bill drove us on steep curvy road and we arrived at our destination.
We thought even though it was raining, it would be a good day to visit (it wouldn’t be too crowded.)
Well were we wrong.
All seven of us were about to get in using our National Park Pass.
These ancient redwoods, including many over 600 years old form a habitat for plants and animals
We learned the difference between a redwood and a giant sequoia.
Redwoods grow in the coast region and can be 379 feet tall and 22 feet in diameter
while giant sequoia can only reach 311 feet tall, but can be 40 feet around.