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This series of photos by Swedish photographer A.W. Ericson from the 1915-era capture lumberjacks working among the redwoods in Humboldt County, California, when tree logging was at its peak. When gold was discovered in north-western California in 1850, thousands crowded the remote redwood region in search of riches and new lives. Failing in efforts to strike it rich in gold, these men turned toward harvesting the giant trees for booming development in San Francisco and other places on the…

This double live edge slab antler coffee table is made with two beautiful natural pieces of wood. Our craftsmen artistically place each antler to support the top. This design allows you to see the natural beauty of the antler and wood slabs. It is show with redwood slabs, but this double live edge slab

California is the Golden State. It’s the fourth most expensive place to live in the US because almost everyone wants to live here. Those who don’t, still vacation here. Whether you want to see giant redwoods or “stars,” hit the beaches, meet Mickey Mouse or climb up to the Hollywood sign, there is much to …

Stacy Allwein of Century 21® Redwood Realty just listed 620 East D Street Brunswick MD 21716 Must see this totally renovated home from top to bottom & inside out! Everything in this house is brand new! Beautifully appointed kitchen with stainless steel, granite counters & white shaker cabinets. Large & open living room features a picture window with wonderful views & natural light making a perfect place for entertaining. Bathrooms feel like a spa retreat. Finished basement with lots of…

Even if you’re a pro basketball player, you can’t help feeling downright puny in this stunning preserve, where soaring redwoods line up like living skyscrapers. Start your trip at the excellent Thomas H. Kuchel Visitor Center, one mile south of Orick. Of the five visitor centers in Redwood National and State Parks, this one is the largest, with numerous exhibits and a video on redwood ecology, a great bookstore, and access to a sandy beach. Next, do a little driving.

California is the Golden State. It’s the fourth most expensive place to live in the US because almost everyone wants to live here. Those who don’t, still vacation here. Whether you want to see giant redwoods or “stars,” hit the beaches, meet Mickey Mouse or climb up to the Hollywood sign, there is much to …

I have lived in California for 28 years, but never visited any of its national parks. When the opportunity presented itself to visit three national parks in three days via the Majestic Mountain Loop, I jumped at the chance.

Hands down, one of the best places to take an Airstream in the SF Bay Area is Santa Cruz Redwoods RV Resort. There's nothing quite like living among some ancient giant trees to make you forget about city life. These breathtaking redwoods emanate a special energy that you really can't feel anywhere else. Yet, you don't have to drive hours into the forest to get away. This park is a quick 35 minute drive from the Elite RV shop (and thus also a perfect place for those who want to get…

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