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Pinnacles National Park, CA, a story of volcanoes, faults and eons of erosion!

Author’s spouse, Susan, stands near a cave entrance on one of Pinnacles hiking trails Talus caves, like Bear Gulch Cave, are formed when giant boulders fall into narrow canyons Nicely appointed campground, set amidst valley oaks, await campers and tenters in Pinnacles Mission San Antonio’s arches frame a breezeway at the mission, south of Pinnacles […]

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California’s iconic national parks; some of most spectacular in USA!

Here our little teardrop trailer is parked overlooking Kings Canyon National Park from a Sequoia National Park overlook. The two parks share a common boundary in the Sierra, just east of Fresno! Rugged Pinnacles Natonal Park offers the remnants of a volcano; a volcano near Los Angeles! Located on the San Andreas Fault, Pinnacles National […]

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