Wilderness camping is great any time of year. Fall is especially wonderful. The July 2014 issue of Sunset Magazine names Cold Springs the Best Campground in the Sierra Nevada. "In the heart of Sequoia National Park's Mineral King, Cold Springs Campground offers proximity to alpine lakes, sequoia groves, and views of Sawtooth Ridge. Tent sites are on the river or in the cottonwoods; the walk-ins are best. Pack meticulously; it's a hairy 25-mile drive to the nearest town. $12; nps.gov/seki" Open May to mid-October, but check for changes before you go. . . and have fun!
Cold Springs: Best Campground
A Borrowed Nest (or two)
Read more about these wondrous birds and other wild creatures in this photo packed audio video enhanced eBook Of Giants and Grizzlies, Sequoia 1-10, Discover True Tales
Write On For Kids launched the first of a series of TEN Mini eBooks based on the writings of the first civilian superintendent of Sequoia National Park. With fanfare and fun we celebrate a series which contains:
The Chumash Indian Museum in Thousand Oaks, California was a perfect and stunning location for our celebration. Our deepest thanks to the staff. http://www.chumashindianmuseum.com