Nat Geo In The Field: Mike Fay - Tracking Down Every Last Redwood - National Geographic ADVENTURE

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September 21, 2009


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Looks like a great time, Sure would be eating a lot of great food in these regions. I commend this guy for taking up such a tremendous adventure.

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found themselves on the southern border of Los Padres National Forest in California, clawing their way up a steep-sided canyon.

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The part about clawing up the hill is pretty much the way it is to really experience the redwoods off the beaten path. Likewise up north in Redwood National Park or Jedediah Smith redwoods. The way Fay did it is really the best way to get a feel for the nature of redwood forest.

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