Este árbol me recuerda haber oído su nombre en las películas de indios y vaqueros. Grandioso.
Thanks Max. Unless the river is low, it can be a difficult crossing in May.
The tree is there, the location is ther, I had nothing to do with it. By taking the picture I had no other intention than to merely provide photograph of the place. what is it with people on the World Wide Web that everything devolves into an argument. I wasn't there, I didn't cut the tree, I didn't put up the plaque it is what it is. Take it up with the historical society!
Love the angle on this photo! Thnx for sharing with the group Trails!
Thank you. Guess I will wait then. Maybe look for new ones yet undiscovered. Or just enjoy some photography. I can see why the blowdown was so bad now after tilting the view in Google Earth.
Oh ... forgot I still had this on here. Need to leave the name generic ro now.
Keep in mind that this is the east approach to the forest grove with Del Norte Titan. The grove has not signs or boundaries for reference. The coordinates here are proximity, not pin-point. More about the Grove of Titans and redwoods at:
Redwoods & Grove of Titans Pics & Info
Hey, H.A., I posted a picture from exactly the same spot. Only difference is a little snow on Mount Emily.
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