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Rain Forest1292 viewsAlong the Avenue of the Giants a little bit south of Pepperwood
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Up on the Stick1271 views
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Blue Sky, Blue Water2567 viewsHighway 101 and the South Fork of the Eel River near Phillipsville.
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Good People921 views2004 Fortuna Rodeo Parade.
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Designated Driver Dave...849 viewsKids love to ride on fire trucks. This is one of the modes of transportation during the Apple Harvest Festival, another is the tractor rides.
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Avenue of the Giants1516 views
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Flat Iron Tree1141 viewsNear Bull Creek
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Sequoia's Last Stand1306 views
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Fern Canyon2632 viewsPhoto courtesy of Rob Blits
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Lady Bird Johnson Grove1746 viewsMore here about the redwood trees.
Photo courtesy of Hal Rattray.
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Lady Bird Johnson Grove1983 viewsMore here about the redwood trees.
Photo courtesy of Hal Rattray.
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Legget Chandelier Tree17109 viewsA tree you can drive your car through! Visit sunnyfortuna.com/explore/ for more information about the redwood trees. Photo courtesy of Hal Rattray.
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Legget Chandelier Tree3968 viewsThe Drive-Through Tree in Leggett. Visit sunnyfortuna.com/explore/ for more information about the redwood trees.
Photo courtesy of Hal Rattray.
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Lost Man Creek Road2545 viewsPhoto courtesy of Hal Rattray.
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Scotia Panorama, 19121183 viewsKnown in 1882 as Forestville, Scotia is one of the few company towns still in existence. By 1888 the mill was the largest producer of lumber in Humboldt County. The Pacific Lumber Company and its employees weathered economic downturns, fires, floods, supplied the lumber for rebuilding San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake, and World War I. At the time this photograph was taken the mill employed about a thousand people and its new mill was hailed as the largest, most modern and best equipped sawmill on the West Coast. On the right, in the distance and across the river you can see the town of Wildwood (Rio Dell today). Check out this photo as a 6297 x 990 high resolution download, 1.2MB.
 
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