It is nice to see that you finally got there. It is an impressive tree. For some reason, that tree is no longer listed on the Florida big tree website.
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- Mon Jun 24, 2019 10:27 am
- Forum: New Jersey
- Topic: another historic oak in Jersey is gone
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Yesterday, I heard that the Salem Oak, one New Jersey's huge historic oaks came crashing down on June 6. There are pictures online of the devastation for those who might want to see what happened. Here are a couple of my pictures of it, from what I think is the last time that I had seen it. Another ...
When in Maryland and have time, seek this place out. The largest known tree in Maryland which is an American Sycamore is located there. The park is located along the Potomac River 20 or 30some miles upstream from Washington DC. There are many other large Sycamores, large Maples and other trees in th...
- Fri Mar 01, 2019 4:03 pm
- Forum: Post Here First - Introduce Yourself
- Topic: New Member!
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I have been to Laurel Hill Cemetery and love it. I have yet to go to West Laurel Hill. I have also seen some big trees south and west of Philadelphia. Woodlands Cemetery is another amazing cemetery that I have been to that is in the Philadelphia area.
We were on our way to Florida Caverns State Park when I noticed a big Live Oak at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Marianna, FL as we happened to just go by it. So of course, I wanted to stop to see it. There ended up being 2 Live Oaks, so all the better. Big trees and old churches, a good combination...
On the way to Pensacola, FL, we stopped to see our daughter in Tuscaloosa, AL. She and her friend wanted us to see a huge climbing thing in a park nearby. There happened to be a huge Willow oak there.
We went back to Pensacola, FL to take our daughter back to college. This time I decided that I would wrap a tape measure around the huge Live Oak that we had first seen last year. That near 27 foot measurement is at almost ground level, because of how crazy the tree is growing. The 10 foot measureme...
On the way down to Pensacola, FL we stopped at the historical society in Rockingham, NC to see the State champion Cedar of Lebanon. I haven't seen many Cedars of Lebanon to compare this to, but this tree is impressive none the less.