[at-l] "Special" AT trees...

Jim Bullard jim.bullard at gmail.com
Fri Apr 13 06:46:23 CDT 2007


There were no pictures with the article but a quick search of Google
for "Indian Trail Trees" will give you several. Here's one site with
lots of photos <http://www.trailtree.com/Tree.htm>.

On 4/12/07, Felix J <athiker at smithville.net> wrote:
> Jim Bullard wrote:
>
> >I remain skeptical.<<snip>>
> >
> >In future I will be paying more attention to such trees and
> >photographing them as a matter of curiosity. Most similar trees that I
> >have seen are clearly much younger than 175 or so.
> >
>
> I'm with Jim and Chainsaw on this. If they're talking about what I think
> they're talking about (was there a picture that I mist?), I've seen them
> all sorts of places. And, not on boundary lines or marking trails. I
> have a couple within a few hundred yards of my homestead. IF they're
> talkin' about what I think they're talkin' about.
>
> --
> Felix J. McGillicuddy
> ME-->GA '98
> "Your Move"
> ALT '03 KT '03
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Jim Bullard
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