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Gateway

This old giant in the Quinault Rain Forest had a little tunnel running underneath its ancient roots. Perhaps this tree was nursed by an even older tree that fell and has long since rotted away. 80 more words

Washington

Elephant Toes

Clover nestles up at the base of a moss-covered tree in the Quinault Rain Forest in Olympic National Park.

Washington

Flower of the Day: June 23, 2017 - Crab Apple Blossoms

Here is my flower of the day for today! Hope you enjoy these crab apple tree blossoms!

Photography

Days 1--3. Chief Mt. to Many Glacier

Bears. Bears. Bears. There’s “danger bear” signs. Rangers giving bear presentations. Bear sighting notifications at the camp ground. And you have to have bear spray. I freaked out on bears before I even started down the trail yelling, “Hey, bear!” every time a bend in the trail came in sight. 339 more words

The Old Odd Elm Tree

The Harpers Ferry Camp Hill Elm Tree was probably over 140 years old.

Photo possibly showing the Elm Tree (or parent tree) during the Civil War. 600 more words

Historical