Every year since 1964 a tree has been selected to become the “Capitol Christmas Tree.” The tree makes a publicized trek across the US, ultimately reaching Washington DC for a big lighting ceremony. In 2011 I visited the Capitol Christmas Tree in Sonora, California, when a Sierra White Fir was selected from the Stanislaus National Forest for the honor. It was an impressive sight, the giant tree on the back…
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Hello! I am a 20-something outdoors-lady, have been backpacking for half a decade now, and live in Groveland, California - the Gateway to Yosemite. My blog is a guide to my adventures & hopefully helps to spur your own. Learn more here.
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