Thursday, July 7, 2011
Big Basin Redwoods State Park-Gay Kraeger
In June I took my daughters and great niece to the ribbon cutting of some of my interpretive panels at Big Basin. It is always fun to see the finished product in place. These panels were delivered directly to the client, so this was the first time I was able to see the actual thing instead of on a computer screen. The photo is my great niece pointing to a hike she took with my husband. He hiked all the trails and measured the elevation gain for the trail profiles.
After the ribbon cutting, We hung around and checked out the headquarters area of the park and I worked in my journal. The redwood is a composite of the trees we were driving by on our way to various panels. We checked out the small museum in the park. They have some very well done mounts in the little museum so I added a couple of creatures to my journal page.