Two historic barns, originally constructed in the 1880s, stand in Big Meadow in Foresta. They were restored by the National Park Service in 1996.
Two historic barns, originally constructed in the 1880s, stand in Big Meadow in Foresta. They were restored by the National Park Service in 1996. Debbie Sebastian Special to Sierra Star
Two historic barns, originally constructed in the 1880s, stand in Big Meadow in Foresta. They were restored by the National Park Service in 1996. Debbie Sebastian Special to Sierra Star

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