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      Awesome pics Steve

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      Quote Originally Posted by SouthernStarr View Post
      This is a live oak in the Charleston area. It’s over 400 years old. A beautiful tree for sure.
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      I have been under that tree a few times I loved the ones from my childhood covered in spanish moss. There are some nice picks on one of the threads about the other build sight I took and some of my last vacation too charleston at the battery
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      Stephen I love pics of your property. We havent seen any of your koi lately ... hint!

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      Thanks All!

      Love those trees! Show us what you got or what someone else has

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      Thatís just way too cool ! Stephen



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      I got lots but they dont hold a candle too the ones you have. These are not mine some you may recognize. The unsprouted babies came from my trees though I have many varieties.
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      "most men lead lives of quiet desperation and go to the grave with the song
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      I wish I could sing

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      Quote Originally Posted by gander View Post
      I got lots but they dont hold a candle too the ones you have. These are not mine some you may recognize. The unsprouted babies came from my trees though I have many varieties.

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      I was at Camp Butler National Cemetery in Springfield, Illinois for a funeral. This was my first visit here and just was in awe of the many many headstones. Some dating back to 1862.

      So I snapped a few pictures of some of the largest oaks in the cemetery. I cant imagine how old they are, but I bet some of the large ones would have some interesting stories to tell.

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      Same trees, just a different angle to show more headstones. Here is a little history of the cemetery. I came across many headstones of unknown solders. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camp_B...ional_Cemetery
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      Excellent!

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      Here is a massive old White Oak tree somewhere around Grenville Tennessee. It was awesome. the biggest tree besides a live oak that I have ever seen.
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      "most men lead lives of quiet desperation and go to the grave with the song
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      I wish I could sing

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