Saturday, March 11, 2017


  I got a request recently for pictures of big trees in Six Mile Creek.  Always happy to oblige something like that, so I went out on a fine, blue-sky day and shot up for a few hours.  It was a great trip.
  From the top:  A red oak with a diameter over 3'.  An undetermined species sporting some impressive boles.  The biggest tree I know of in the woods, a tulip poplar.  My skis leaning against it are just under 6' long.  The biggest dead tree, is it still a white pine if it's dead?  And a straight as an arrow shag bark hickory.

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