Not so much a baby deer but the makings of a strong Roosevelt Elk.
Something the baby elk has to look up to.
My return back to camp was ushered in by a small pack of Roosevelt Elk. I think this guy was the boss.
With a meadow like this, these elk will surely ne'er go hungry.
The Big Tree
Redwood National/State Park's largest living Redwood. Taa daa!
Tip The Scale
These pictures on my phone or any camera for that matter do an embarrasing job of capturing these size of these trees. Particularly this one.
A Cut Above
Taking a step back, here is The Big One towering over the rest of the forest canopy.
As if the big tree needed more attention, the sun graced it will a little halo.
Really...this tree was huge.
I need a shower. Eff it...I'm FREE!
Avenue Pit Stop
I pulled over along the Avenue of Giants and took a family photo with this giant. Also I met someone pulled over who was from the same town as me back home. Small world.
One of the most mesmerizing road trips to date.
This Tree! New idiom. Over 1000 years old! Are you kidding me! These Redwoods have outlived dynasties. We are nothing in its eyes.
South bouth through the Avenue of Giants.
Look Both Ways
The Road less traveled. Thankfully...or else this would have been a hard picture to take.