Day 120

A real old-timer

July 24th, 2010

Ponderosa pine


  1. Jeff says:

    did you hear the theme song in the background…..

  2. charlie says:

    the innermost tag says 1650 the outermost says 1997.

  3. Don in Tennessee says:

    The Verizon Ring Tone – Can you count the rings now – OH – It is – Can You hear me bark ing now!!! How WOOD anyone have known?

  4. Vickie from Michigan says:

    A tidbit: in 1650 the colonial population of the United States was 51,700. (According to

  5. Now that’s one old tree! How do they count all those rings? Almost looks like 2 trees that grew together.

  6. Candice in Alabama says:

    I saw similar on my auto trip out West in the 1980’s. My husband (my ex) and I saw some HUGE living pine trees. It was amazing to see a pine tree with a diameter so much larger than those we find in Alabama. I’m going to have to dig out my photo albums, digitize them, and put them on my facebook page. The sequoias were the most awesome.

  7. Kevin from NC says:

    Wow, think about staying in one place for all those years.

  8. Barb V from Michigan says:


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