Sequoia National Park

Giant Forest Museum

Sequoia National Park is a must see … and much easier to see because it is less crowded than Yosemite NP.  It’s located in the Sierra Nevada mountain range, just south of Yosemite NP, and is the second oldest park in the national park system.

A low key, but extremely informative, exhibit is the Giant Forest Museum.  This shot gives you some idea of the size of the giant sequoias.  The museum is dwarfed by the trees, but it is a good-size building.  Look closely to see the people entering.

Now the saying, “You can’t see the forest for the trees”, really makes sense to me.

Thought for the Day:  Size matters.


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