Camping in the Redwoods with Meg Haywood Sullivan and Charles Post

If you've walked in the redwood forests of Northern California, you know there's nowhere like this on Earth. In the old-growth groves, trunks as wide as 25 feet rise like pillars out of the ground; sometimes a tree is so tall it's difficult to make out where its first branches break out from the trunk high above your head. To camp here -- to make your home amongst the redwoods -- is practically a spiritual experience.

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