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Oregon arborist. Activities include camping and hiking. Favorite trails and photos are available from my website using albums or advice in the menu.

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Is this the actual location of Hyperion? Seems the area is fitting to all the descriptions I've read.

Bonita imagen de Muir Woods. Saludos L

Hi Ed.

Did you ever see the bigger ones we found elsewhere in Redwood National and State Parks? I thought maybe, if you follow my Hyperion page, where a note was added. Hope all is well. Cheers,

Mario

Del Norte Titan is only a medium size trunk now compared to much bigger we discovered in 2014. Search "redwood" + "year of discovery" to read more about the new finds in Redwood National and State Parks

Way up in your "approximate" is roughly where I looked my first time out. Did you see the bigger redwoods we found in 2014? Elsewhere in Redwood National and State Parks.

Search "redwood" + "year of discovery" if you have not yet read of them.

Not the largest, for certain. Its trunk is medium size compared to new recent dicoveries.

Search "redwood" + "year of diiscovery"

I should make a point to focus on photographing this redwood again. I think 7am would be a good time to start.

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Feb. 5, 2014. I visited the cabin in 1963 with my Mom and I visited it again today. The cabin was built by my great grandfather, William L Harlow about 1920. He lived there with his wife, Susan Custer Harlow. My Mom used to stay up there on their claim and live in the Cabin during summer vacation from school when she was a girl living in Jacksonville, Oregon. She remembers the cabin as not having a road near it and hiking in about 5 miles from the road, but we drove right up to it on our 1960's visit. William was born in Rockbridge County, VA and lived most of his life in Spokane, WA except for the short time he lived here. The first log cabin he built was near Eagle Rock, VA. It was a single- story small cabin and he and his wife, Susan lived there after they were married. I saw it about 1990 and it was in pretty rough shape, but still standing.

Mdvaden - interesting! I didn't even walk around the tree, so I missed the "skullmate"! I was in a hurry to catch up to my family, who was way up ahead. I will visit your FB site. Do you know if I geotagged this image approximately correctly? It was from rough memory. . . Greetings from WI.

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