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The Sentinel

Uploaded by: minnesotamom

Monday October 17, 2011

Northland, MN

Caption: One of the few original White Pines still standing on a high ridge

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4. minnesotamom
3:45 AM GMT on October 26, 2011
You're so welcome, Gene! Glad to clarify it! :)
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3. Clabo
3:55 PM GMT on October 25, 2011
Aaaah, *now* it makes more sense, tnx!
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2. minnesotamom
11:40 PM GMT on October 24, 2011
I can see why that would be confusing to someone not from here---sorry, I didn't think about it. We had terrible forest fires all around the state back in the early 1900's, especially the summer of 1918. The area to the south of me suffered the worst natural disaster in Minnesota history in terms of the number of lives lost in a single day. In total, 453 lives were lost and 52,000 people were injured or displaced, and 38 communities were destroyed. In all, 250,000 acres were burned. The few White Pines that survived those fires are rare.
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1. Clabo
10:07 PM GMT on October 24, 2011
Hm? Whaddya mean "original"? As opposed to...?

Tres kewel shot, regardless...

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minnesotamom

Hi! My name is Kathy and I live in northern Minnesota, USA, where the winter temps have dipped down to -60º below zero F. The summers used to be mild but in recent years have been up in the 90ºs. I love being able to travel the world from my office chair, through all your great photos! I've learned tons about photography and editing photos thanks to all the great people on here and their willingness to share tips. Thank you to all you Wunderfriends who take time to look and leave notes---I deeply appreciate it. :-)

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