The trail goes on and on, seemingly forever, but we always stopped our hike at a small hilltop, called Wildcat Peak. I had read somewhere that a commercial organisation had planted a Redwood grove along the peak. We looked and looked, but could never find it. Eventually it dawned on us that a small group of “Christmas” trees, of about our size, located on the side of the hill, was probably that grove. It turned out that these were baby Sequoia Gigantea trees, still in their first infancy.