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"The Mother of the Forest" was an ancient and huge Giant Sequoia. 321 ft tall, 90ft at ground-level, 2,520 years old, and covered in bark 2 ft thick, the tree was stripped in 1852 by its discoverer George Gale and quickly perished. Its fire-blackened snag, over 100 ft tall, still stands today in Calaveras, CA.

moss on the apple tree. curious tangles.

“ You’ll be ready when the time comes. It’s not that he’s not here because you’re not ready, you don’t feel ready because he’s not here yet. - Samuel, Killian Co.

Trees that appear to grow right of the rock. It is a little oasis of soil that the trees are thriving on.