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Everything is bigger in Texas? I don't think so!

Big trees in Oregon

This tree is actually small compared to many in Oregon, the sad loss we had here in Oregon last year was during one of our bigger storms we lost the largest spruce tree in the world.  But, we still have big trees here as demonstrated by my son. Where is your Texas?

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Comment balloon 9 commentsRespect Realty LLC • April 27 2011 03:44PM

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Wow, that one is huge! It's always sad when storms or insects destroy our trees...especially ones with so large and beautiful. Just looking at makes you feel like you have experianced history.

Posted by Larry Atkins (State Wide Realty Co.) over 8 years ago

My kids were born in Florida, lots of sand, highest elevation in state is a bridge and palm trees galore.  we spent 3 years living in Seattle and visited Oregon many times.  Shock is the only word I can use to describe their first visit to mountains and huge trees!

Posted by Mike Cathell, Real Estate Investing for Real People (Real Estate Services of SWFL, LLC) over 8 years ago

That is a very very big tree.  I hope no one comes along and decides to make this one into a coffee table.

Posted by Belinda Spillman, Colorado Living! (Aspen Lane Real Estate Colorful Colorado) over 8 years ago

Boy Todd he has your smile!  Well I have the big ocean next to me!

Posted by Ginny Gorman, Homes for Sale in North Kingstown RI and beyond (RI Real Estate Services ~ 401-529-7849~ RI Waterfront Real Estate) over 8 years ago

Todd, we lost a really, really old tree when it got struck by lightning last year.  These old trees are pretty special.

Posted by Patricia Kennedy, Home in the Capital (RLAH Real Estate) over 8 years ago

Oregon has some spectacular sites... we are so lucky to live here!

Posted by Melinda (Mel) Peterson, Curator of Happy Endings (Real Estate Cafe LLC) over 8 years ago

Todd, I would say that your area has the market on big trees

Posted by Gerry Michaels, GettysburgGerry Social Meida (Glasswork Media Arts) over 8 years ago

Todd~That is a HUGE tree! Wow.. Cute kid too ~wink~

Posted by Melissa McKinney, Realtor, www.LivingFayetteville.com (McKinney Realty Group) over 8 years ago

Todd,

Looks like a lifetime supply of toothpicks for the whole country. :)

Steve

Posted by Steve Hoffacker, Certified Aging In Place Specialist-Instructor (Steve Hoffacker LLC) over 8 years ago

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