Oregon pine tree ?
here's a clue- it should bear fruit- but this one doesn't
that is a nice picture! i really am not good with tree guessing. lol :-) what kind of tree is it?
Cool looking tree! It looks like you guys are having a great day!Cheers,Char
That's a huge tree!I played too. Mine are here and here.
...I drink my coffee very simply ;)
Park day comes around often at my house. We love the park and it is hard to keep us away.http://www.heyshae.com/2012/10/03/wordless-wednesday-cheetos-election-portraits/
loved your post!
I would guess the tree is some sort of ficus. That is wonderful tree to climb around. I'm sure my children would be thrilled to around such a tree.
Mad Cow wins! It is a non-fruit bearing fig tree- over 100 years old
Oh dear. I thought was a palm tree.
Wow! That is a huge tree!! And in regard to your question on my Wednesday blog post: unfortunately no, my parents (the grands) don't live near by. Those pictures were taken at our recent trip to the beach where we got to spend a week with them. Normally we live a 6 hour drive away.
yes- the tree is at least 100 years old.sad that the grandpparents are far away- except 6 hours is better than I (pity party starting now....) My parents are 17 hours away and his parents are 10,000 (?) miles away thank goodness for Skype
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