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Things To Do in Sequoia National Park

Posted on Mar 20, 2017 by Tom Bricker  •  Points of Interest, Tips  •  5 Comments

If you only have 1-day in Sequoia National Park (and Kings Canyon!), here’s what I recommend seeing. Everything on this list can be accomplished in a day or under as part of a relatively quick stop on a California road trip. In fact, that’s the only way I’ve ever visited Sequoia National Park–driving up from Bakersfield, […]

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McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park

Posted on Mar 3, 2016 by Tom Bricker  •  Points of Interest  •  1 Comment

Burney Falls is a waterfall in the Cascade volcano range, located in California’s McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park. Upon seeing the falls, President Theodore Roosevelt proclaimed them “the Eighth Wonder of the World,” which is a pretty bold assertion, but who am I to question Teddy Roosevelt, America’s consummate badass? I went to see that Eighth […]

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Pinnacles National Park Sunrise

Posted on Oct 16, 2013 by Tom Bricker  •  Photography  •  7 Comments

Pinnacles National Park was “established” in 2013 as the United States’ 59th National Park, elevating it from a National Monument. It is known mostly for its interesting-looking eroded volcano remnants from an “extinct” volcano, some of which are pictured here. It’s also a release site for California Condors. You’re probably more likely to see a […]

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