Fall and Winter Fun in California’s Sequoia Country


BIG BLEND RADIO INTERVIEW: Spotlight on fall and winter travel in Tulare County, central California. Featured guests from the Sequoia Tourism Council include Donnette Silva Carter – Tulare Chamber of Commerce, Sandy Blankenship – Exeter Chamber of Commerce, Sintia Kawasaki-Yee – Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks, Katie Wightman – Sequoia Parks Conservancy, and Jessica Brackeen – Porterville Chamber of Commerce. Listen to the whole show on BlogTalkRadio.com, listen/download their interview podcast on Spreaker, YouTube, or SoundCloud

Home to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, the Giant Sequoia National Monument and Sequoia National Forest, Tulare County is known as California’s Sequoia Country. The region makes for a fabulous destination offering a variety of outdoor activities, family-friendly events, and an eclectic selection of shopping and dining opportunities in the park gateway communities of Three Rivers, Exeter, Visalia, Porterville, Tulare, Lindsay, Woodlake and Dinuba. A major agricultural hub that feeds America, Tulare County is a leading producer in dairy, citrus and stone fruits, nuts and berries. Get a taste of the region’s bounty, including its dairy products, at one of the many roadside farm stands or community farmers markets, restaurants and gourmet shops, and events.

East of Fresno, California’s Sequoia Country is an easy 4-5 hour drive from the San Francisco Bay Area and 3-4 hours from Los Angeles. For more about the area visit www.DiscoverTheSequoias.com.

JIGSAW PUZZLE: Listen to our Big Blend Radio segment while piecing together this online jigsaw puzzle featuring part of the Exeter mural called Mineral King “In Our Back Yard”. Painted by Jana Botkin of Three Rivers, the mural’s backdrop of snow-capped mountains, features the historical Mineral King area and focuses on Sawtooth, Farewell Gap & Timber Gap. Jigsaw Puzzle Tips: Use the full screen icon to make it easier. Use your mouse roller or arrow keys to rotate the puzzle pieces and click and drag to put the pieces in place. Use the Image Icon to see the picture and the Ghost Icon to set your workspace.




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