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Walking along the Avenue of the Giants
California

Off of California highway 101 in Humboldt County is a 31 mile driving trail that meanders through Northern California's Ancient redwood forest.  Giant redwood trees over a thousand years old are big enough to drive a car though.  This was taken not far from the Avenue.  if you look closely, there might be a car or two, hidden in the forest.

Copyright: Sam simbulan
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Uploaded: 01/10/2010
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Tags: redwood trees; redwood; forest; 101; california; humboldt county
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