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Perfect tree fort

Uploaded by: luvtoshoot

Friday November 15, 2013

Asotin, WA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: I saw this tree out hiking with a rope hanging from it I thought it would've made the perfect fort for me when I was little running from my brothers. The rope was in it. Random

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1. ChrisAnthemum
12:39 AM GMT on November 21, 2013
I would have loved that too, Lacey, and in fact had one very much like this in a sweet gum tree that had gotten broken off partway up. It had sent out several new branches to form a crown like this, which is not usual for either sweet gums or pine trees. Great shot!
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luvtoshoot

I am married with three dogs living in the northwest and I love it! I live with the Clearwater and the Snake Rivers Running through the city where I live, and have the Craig mountains and the Blue mountains close by. I found this website and remembered that I love to take pictures! So I bought a new camera and a few books and am trying to learn all that I can, so comments are appreciated. I love to look at all of the beautiful pictures on here from all over the world, they are just Fantastic! Hope you enjoy mine.Lacey

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