Pictorial Highlight: SEQUOIA part 1

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I think this adorable lil chubby-cheeked guy is some type of vole, one of 26 (!) species of rodents who make their home in Sequoia National Park.

I think this adorable lil chubby-cheeked guy is some type of vole, one of 26 (!) species of rodents who make their home in Sequoia National Park.

Beautiful spider lupine wildflowers.

Beautiful spider lupine wildflowers.

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WIth me, demonstrating the magnificent, awe-inspiring width of the sequoias, as well as the incredible ability of these trees to survive massive wildfires.

WIth me, demonstrating the magnificent, awe-inspiring width of the sequoias, as well as the incredible ability of these trees to survive massive wildfires.

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Showing the absolutely stunning size of a fallen sequoia's root system.

Showing the absolutely stunning size of a fallen sequoia’s root system.

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Fireweed and meadow.

Fireweed and meadow.

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Room Tree

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