The Tree That Isn't There
Trail Thoughts and Musings
The large Tanbark Oak tree growing in the path was once one of the points of interest on this self guided trail. Unfortunately, it was one of the many victims of the El Niņo rains of 1998. It does have a smaller sibling nearby which will perhaps take its place. These trees were used in natural tanning of leather. Botanists now think they are a link between oaks and the chestnut tree.
Werner Hager at firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated September 15, 1998.
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