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When life hands you an open road and a fallen tree tunnel, you hop on your longboard — in leather booties. Anthony Garcia (@anthaang) snapped this sun-drenched shot of his girlfriend Rebecca Granados (@reeebecky) in Sequoia National Park: “One of the most underrated national parks in California,” he calls it. “Not only did we catch a beautiful sunrise that day, but we managed to skate, jump inside a swimming hole and encounter two beautiful waterfalls I never even knew existed.” Follow along…

When life hands you an open road and a fallen tree tunnel, you hop on your longboard — in leather booties. Anthony Garcia (@anthaang) snapped this sun-drenched shot of his girlfriend Rebecca Granados (@reeebecky) in Sequoia National Park: “One of the most underrated national parks in California,” he calls it. “Not only did we catch a beautiful sunrise that day, but we managed to skate, jump inside a swimming hole and encounter two beautiful waterfalls I never even knew existed.” Follow along…

Destruction: The early settlers were not afraid to cut down the giant trees for timber

Titans of the trees: Stunning photographs of 3,200-year-old giant sequoias as high as 20-story buildings on Sierra Nevada slopes

Destruction: The early settlers were not afraid to cut down the giant trees for timber

Close up of an RPPC sent October 2nd of 1934, it shows a logger atop a recently fallen tree. The giant (Redwood?) tree has grown over another 8ft. wide tree which has been laying there for 2500 years according to the image. Reverse has an original 1 cent Yosemite stamp with warm wishes and an update from the road. The last line reads "I sold $9.00 in dogs yesterday". Etsy.com/shop/CosmicLibrary

Close up of an RPPC sent October 2nd of 1934, it shows a logger atop a recently fallen tree. The giant (Redwood?) tree has grown over another 8ft. wide tree which has been laying there for 2500 years according to the image. Reverse has an original 1 cent Yosemite stamp with warm wishes and an update from the road. The last line reads "I sold $9.00 in dogs yesterday". Etsy.com/shop/CosmicLibrary

Sent October 2nd of 1934, this real photographic post card shows a logger atop a recently fallen tree. The giant (Redwood?) tree has grown over another 8ft. wide tree which has been laying there for 2500 years according to the image. This unusual RPPC was sent from Cummings, CA to Susanville California and has an original 1 cent Yosemite stamp. Well wishes and an update from the road is written on the reverse. The last line reads "I sold $9.00 in dogs yesterday". Etsy.com/shop/CosmicLibrary

Sent October 2nd of 1934, this real photographic post card shows a logger atop a recently fallen tree. The giant (Redwood?) tree has grown over another 8ft. wide tree which has been laying there for 2500 years according to the image. This unusual RPPC was sent from Cummings, CA to Susanville California and has an original 1 cent Yosemite stamp. Well wishes and an update from the road is written on the reverse. The last line reads "I sold $9.00 in dogs yesterday". Etsy.com/shop/CosmicLibrary

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