King's Canyon and Sequoia National Park 6/8/18
Another great walk, although the guide said 9.4 miles and it was actually 10.6. More fun with trees, a fallen sequoia with steps cut out made a great bridge. Another with the middle gone made a people sized tunnel. Giants everywhere, anything under 700 tonnes is just a baby.
These trees are the biggest in the
world: not the tallest, or the widest, or the oldest, but the most
Amazing small rings
This tree tunnel is big enough to stand up in until the far end
Finally to a campsite where the wildlife gets up to close and personal. We had a major inspection from 17 squirrels on arrival including inside the RV and more worryingly under the van and inside something there. Blue Jays abound and a mother mule deer with her foal licked the charcoal from a campsite fire grill.