This is a picture of my sister and some her bicycle club friends.
They recently rode 340 miles and over 20,300 ft. of climbing through the Redwoods, along foggy cliffs, and over Mt. Tamilpais to the Golden Gate Bridge.
Their faces are covered for obvious reasons.
California’s coast redwood (Sequoia semperviren) may grow to a height of 367 feet (122 m) and have a width of 22 feet (7 m) at its base. Imagine a 35-story skyscraper in your city and you have an inkling of the trees’ ability to arouse humility.