The Redwoods are massive and people spend a lot of time looking up. Even my dad ran into a Redwood because he was looking up! So here is my Redwoods post I hope you like it!
Hiking in the Redwoods is the best thing ever! The Redwoods are where I want to live! Like I could live in a Redwood tree, they make me feel like an ant. The 5 days I was there were the best 5 days of my life! All I could say was WOW! Every once in a while there would be benches on the trails made out of Redwood and they had plaques with peoples names, I sat on some of them.
I biked a lot of loops around the campgrounds and campsite 7 was amazing. It had a huge log you could go under. It was the only site that had a log you could go under, but it was a small site. The table and bear bin were really close to each other. Our site 109 was the BEST and 7 might have been the next best.
Everywhere you turn there’s clovers. It’s clover/banana slug heaven. I got to hold banana slugs and they are slimy. I got slime all over hands and wiped it on my shirt and it took a long time to get clean but the slime was still kind of there.
The Redwoods are a place everyone should go. Thanks for reading my post,
6 thoughts on “The Redwoods by Liv”
Hi Liv. Glad you got to spend a lot of time among the tedwoods. They are the worlds largest living things. When you read this post I will be in Bosnia. Enjoy your adventure. Love Opa
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Wow! Bosnia! That is VERY far away! I’ve never seen Bosnia before. I hope you are having fun! Love you, Opa!!
Good Morning, Liv! I loved looking at the photos of you, enjoying EVERYTHING the Redwoods had to offer! You made me laugh when you said that Dad was soooo busy looking UP at the spectacular trees, that he ran into one!! 😆 I remember the slimy banana slugs, and how big they were. I agree—-living in the Redwoods would be heavenly!!
I love you, Sweetie! Oma
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Thank you, Oma! I loved that you laughed about your son. Banana slugs are big and kind of fast! I would be really excited to go back to the Redwoods because they are a really amazing, beautiful place and I love them. I miss you and love you, Liv
That is an amazing picture of you in the huge, decaying redwood tree. It looks like a sunburst surrounding you. I’m very impressed that you were so calm holding a banana slug. Best wishes for continued explorations. You are a great explorer!
Hi Mia. Thank you! I appreciate that a lot! Banana slugs are easy to hold. They are really slimy but they don’t do anything to you. They’re really sweet. I like the adjective “sunburst” you used. It really looks like that. I miss you already!!