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    Knows a Thing or Two Jkzinger's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Journeyman View Post
    Definitely a bummer. I do believe there is more than one tree that you can drive through. I remember seeing signs at multiple locations the last time I drove down hwy 1


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    That stinks. Looks like an awesome site to see in person.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ddays View Post
    No, but according to the stories I read it wasn't doing all that great and with all of the rain & wind it just keeled over.
    Surprising that it's lasted this long with so much of it cut away....
    I think it was cut out in the late 1800s, I need to read the story, I better get my arse out west before I miss all the cool stuff


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    Haha me too! Want to see the PNW & Rubicon badly

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    Heard about that this morning it sucks. With all the rain that we got and are still getting I'm sure more of them will go.

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    I watched a documentary on these trees a couple years ago and have been even more facinated with them than I was before I saw it. Amazing how each tree is basically it's own ecosystem.

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    I got to see that tree about 10 years ago...I was amazed at the time that it was still standing with that much taken out of it. Too bad it fell...my kids won't remember seeing it and now they can't see it again.


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    Pioneer Cabin Tree fell over

    It's sad to see cool road side stops like that go. This storm has been a bad one for sure.


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    That's a bummer for sure! Was hoping to get to that this spring.


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    Well there goes one of my stops on my 15 day/10 state road trip. Sad to see it go!!


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