Calaveras State Park: Big Trees & Cold Nights | VIDEO

This past weekend, I escaped the confines of society (including cell service — oh, how peaceful that was!) and made my way to Calaveras County. Famous for its giant sequoias, this park is nestled between Yosemite and Lake Tahoe. And even though it doesn’t get nearly as much attention as these two big-name destinations, it’s still well worth a visit.

It was colder than what the weather forecast predicted and my PB&J mix froze solid, but it made the hot morning coffee all that much more enjoyable!

Without any further ado, here’s a short video from the journey. See you next week when we’ll continue our Hawai’i adventure!

Love,
—P

If video embed doesn’t work on your device, here’s a LINK.


More videos/posts from the series:

A Random Day in the Life of Point Reyes

In the Name of Life | Yosemite National Park

LIGHT

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