Pequonnock Valley, CT Tuliptrees

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AndrewJoslin
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Re: Pequonnock Valley, CT Tuliptrees

Post by AndrewJoslin » Sat Feb 04, 2012 12:05 am

Awesome news Ryan. Were you on the west or east side of the river?
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Re: Pequonnock Valley, CT Tuliptrees

Post by AndrewJoslin » Sat Feb 04, 2012 10:22 am

This is a Norwalk location where I measured a plus 140' January '11, might be worth scouting Ryan if you get a chance to verify
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Re: Pequonnock Valley, CT Tuliptrees

Post by DougBidlack » Sat Feb 04, 2012 11:46 am

Ryan,

great work! Heck with this 140' stuff, how 'bout 150'!

Doug

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Re: Pequonnock Valley, CT Tuliptrees

Post by RyanLeClair » Sat Feb 04, 2012 1:06 pm

I'm also hoping we can find a 150'! That would be sensational!

Andrew, the tulips I measured were on the west side of the river, but both sides sport great tulip trees. I'll definitely look into that Norwalk location. I'm super excited--if we can find some big ones, CT might become more relevant in the arboreal world.

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Re: Pequonnock Valley, CT Tuliptrees

Post by AndrewJoslin » Sat Feb 04, 2012 2:59 pm

RyanLeClair wrote:I'm also hoping we can find a 150'! That would be sensational!

Andrew, the tulips I measured were on the west side of the river, but both sides sport great tulip trees. I'll definitely look into that Norwalk location. I'm super excited--if we can find some big ones, CT might become more relevant in the arboreal world.
Pretty clear that the Pequonnock Valley site is going to be superior to most in the area.
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