Fallen Giant, Next Generation: Sunday Trees 254 Challenge


Fallen Giant, Next Generation

Sunday Trees—254 

14 thoughts on “Fallen Giant, Next Generation: Sunday Trees 254 Challenge

    1. lifelessons Post author

      I’m pretty sure it had fallen as it was across the path and had to be cut in two and part of it removed for people to get past. If they had cut it, they would have made it fall into the nearby clearing instead of across the path.


  1. slmret

    In rain forests and some other ecosystems, fallen trees like this become “nurse logs,” logs that act as parent for new trees growing from each branch or other berms, etc. This looks as if it has the potential to become a magnificent nurse log!

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  2. Leland Olson Hoel

    My family all came from the land of birch, aspen, spruce and pine. I wonder what the heck they came out here to the prairie for? If anyone ever traveled through the land of the giant redwoods they have to truly respect, in awe what trees are all about.
    I have been doing a little more work on my genealogy, find it to be rather time-consuming. It sure is fun following the paths they walked, but I know I couldn’t fill their shoes. Hope you have a nice warm winter down there, stay blogging well.


    1. lifelessons Post author

      Doing it on Ancestor.com makes it easier. For Xmas my sister gave me a DNA test.. ha. As for redwood trees, we had dozens on our two acres around our house in California. Gorgeous and majestic and supporting an entire ecology of their own. But in 15 years our house got darker and darker as they got taller and fuller. It was a relief to move into the Mexico sunlight. Each new locale has its own charm.



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