Four Points Bulletin

Travels north, east, south, and west of our Oceanside home base.

Our last full day in Sequoia National Park was spent in the Sierra foothills, under blue skies and sun. Just a short walk from Potwisha Campground rushes the shallow but mighty Middle Fork Kaweah River. The area was once home to a small group of Potwisha Native Americans, their way of life forever engraved into granite slabs of rock along the river. Besides stumbling onto a historic site, the highlight of the walk was finding a population of California newts, my favorite amphibian.

2 thoughts on “Middle Fork Kaweah River, Sequoia National Park

  1. Denise says:

    Newts! You find the coolest FLORA & FAUNA. Love all these photos and the history you share. What a trip.


    1. Thanks! The newts were a bonus. Once we found one, we knew to look for more.


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