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  • Rushing waters, giant trees provide plenty of reward along Redwood Creek

    Sacramento Bee reporter Brad Branan earlier in May 2016 kayaked along Redwood Creek and explored the Redwood Creek Trail in Redwood National Forest on California's north coast, in the process coming in contact with some of nature's most dramatic, beautiful, and imposing trees.

Sacramento Bee reporter Brad Branan earlier in May 2016 kayaked along Redwood Creek and explored the Redwood Creek Trail in Redwood National Forest on California's north coast, in the process coming in contact with some of nature's most dramatic, beautiful, and imposing trees. Brad Branan The Sacramento Bee
Sacramento Bee reporter Brad Branan earlier in May 2016 kayaked along Redwood Creek and explored the Redwood Creek Trail in Redwood National Forest on California's north coast, in the process coming in contact with some of nature's most dramatic, beautiful, and imposing trees. Brad Branan The Sacramento Bee

They’re the world’s tallest living things, and they’re all ours

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