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Old 05-14-2013, 01:05 AM   #13031
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It is a frog , the very rare "poop-korn Frog"..!
I just want to see what side my pics. Come up , I never know..! here we go , drum roll please..!well , isn't that something.? Right side up..!
The picture , had to go to Walmart and the traffic was killer , tail to tail..!
Eeeek..! Now that's (Horse powauh) ..! Darned kids..!
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me next to a couple of redwood trees. These are by no means huge ones,
Just finished about 4 days coming up though the Redwoods.
First pic is me squating in front of one in Elk Plain campground.
The second is Big Tree (note the inset of my wife standing there)
The last is the motorhome and the jeep in Jedediah.
(I love perspective through a wide lens)
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Right side up..!
Amazing. More letters to make the message long enough.
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Just finished about 4 days coming up though the Redwoods.
First pic is me squating in front of one in Elk Plain campground.
The second is Big Tree (note the inset of my wife standing there)
The last is the motorhome and the jeep in Jedediah.
(I love perspective through a wide lens)
Where are those taken? They look like Sequoia Gigantia, or Sierra Redwoods. The ones I pictured are Sequoia Sempervirens or Coastal redwoods. The former are the largest trees on the planet in terms of total mass, and the latter are among the tallest trees on the planet (tallest one known is in Humboldt County, stands 380 feet tall)
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I looked at this for a bit before I read your text below...
That's quite funny. I never noticed it before. Thanks!
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It is a frog , the very rare "poop-korn Frog"..!
I just want to see what side my pics. Come up , I never know..! here we go , drum roll please..!well , isn't that something.? Right side up..!
The picture , had to go to Walmart and the traffic was killer , tail to tail..!
Eeeek..! Now that's (Horse powauh) ..! Darned kids..!
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Amazing. More letters to make the message long enough.
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Just finished about 4 days coming up though the Redwoods.
First pic is me squating in front of one in Elk Plain campground.
The second is Big Tree (note the inset of my wife standing there)
The last is the motorhome and the jeep in Jedediah.
(I love perspective through a wide lens)
Ya makin me jealous! Bucket list material.
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Where are those taken? They look like Sequoia Gigantia, or Sierra Redwoods. The ones I pictured are Sequoia Sempervirens or Coastal redwoods. The former are the largest trees on the planet in terms of total mass, and the latter are among the tallest trees on the planet (tallest one known is in Humboldt County, stands 380 feet tall)
These are the coastal redwoods
I did notice some variation (but consistent within the variation) of the redwoods.
Mature bark was either well developed and defined with deep furrows.
Others had a more smoother, less furrowed. Variation was micro-regional.

This is a fairly good website for others that wish to learn a bit about these giants.

http://www.redwoodworld.co.uk/redwood_types.htm
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These are the coastal redwoods
I did notice some variation (but consistent within the variation) of the redwoods.
Mature bark was either well developed and defined with deep furrows.
Others had a more smoother, less furrowed. Variation was micro-regional.

This is a fairly good website for others that wish to learn a bit about these giants.

http://www.redwoodworld.co.uk/redwood_types.htm
I have been through there before, though I have not stayed at Jed Smith. Fished the Smith River though. Beautiful country for sure.
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