Thanks for calling this to my attention Larry, straight into my biased collection of favorites it goes. Like feelthe breeze above, I hope to see it personally as well.
Thanks Max. Unless the river is low, it can be a difficult crossing in May.
Sorry I missed your comment bradluke. There are many large Douglas-fir in my area. This one is difficult to get to much of the year as you have to ford the river when the flow is low.
You are welcome and thank you Frank! I wish it were sunny here.
Best regards, Larry
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I am sorry, but I have never been to that tree. Here are two links that might be of help:
Good luck, Larry
you're welcome all the time ...
Yankee Doodle, Firstly i'm really sorry for my terrbily late reply! and secondly, i don't recall applying a location to this photo. I have corrected it as accuratly as possible. It is the Stagg tree in Alder Creek Grove.. The 5th largest tree in the world! 5th largest of any species.. the 5th largest living thing on earth! ha. pretty cool. go see it. It is on private land, the only Giant seqioia of considerable size to be on private land. But they are very happy to share it. You do not need permission, but we did say hello to the people their, they were very nice.
Here is my source:American Forest National Register of Big Trees.
This is the Queets Fir. The records for these firs is located HERE.