We go into the woods. The California Redwoods at Redwood National Park to camp out in the van for the night. We wake up in a place we’ll never forget. The coastal redwoods are the tallest trees on earth, and we explore the park to show you what it’s all about. It’s not just about the trees. We also take the Coastal Trail to see a little bit of the ocean along the Northwest side of the park. Vanlife continues here, in Chapter 3 of The Greetings From America Tour.

Alexander Travelbum – The GREETINGS FROM AMERICA Tour
Location: Redwood national Park, California

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