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Thread: Pioneer Cabin is gone. Last Sequoia Tunnel Tree.

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    Default Pioneer Cabin is gone. Last Sequoia Tunnel Tree.

    Just saw that the last remaining Sequoia tunnel tree fell in a storm. There are still three redwood tunnel trees left.
    That which does not kill you...usually makes you wish it did.

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    ...the one near Klamath?

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    I heard about this. Kind of bummed me out. I remember that tree from my childhood. . . Just visiting it with my dad, but still.

    Rest in peace old girl.
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    Tunnel tree? The one you drive through?

    I didn't know there was more than one...

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    Link to a pic?
    Is this not a reasonable place to park?

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    I feel that the evening ceases to be languid.



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    Geeze, thats the pits.
    Is this not a reasonable place to park?

    The bureaucracy is expanding to meet the needs of the expanding bureaucracy.

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    I'm sure chopping that hole through it didn't help with its stability.

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    Prob couldn't get a Permit for such activiy now

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    I think that it was originally a tourist trap.

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