Pinus strobusFOUND by WhitePineE
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We are happy because we went outside and there was ice and slush. The problem we ran into was we could not find the right tree at first. We eventually found it toward the end of our trip. We saw rain, trees, and slush. We heard rain and footsteps. We smelled snow, pine sap, and smoke. I am surprised by what I found because it was hidden behind a lot of trees.
The bark is gray-green, smooth, and young trees bark is thin. On mature trees bark is thick, reddish to grayish brown and has rounded, long ridges and darker furrows.
N 44.022371 °
W -70.964976 °
MOMS School Yard (Powerline Rd)
Tue, 2016-11-29 08:26
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