It’s a tree – how about a hug?

It’s a tree – how about a hug?

There’s a lot to learn from giants of the forest
Colorado has more aspen trees than any other Rocky Mountain state.
Chama, N.M., resident and cowgirl Linda Putnam loaned the author a horse to ride with her into the Humphries Wildlife Area in New Mexico to find this huge ancient cedar tree, barely surviving under our current drought, but with a trunk 6 feet in circumference.
Children have always loved trees, and this is a child’s offering to a venerable cottonwood tree in Box Canyon Arroyo at Ghost Ranch, Abiquiu, N.M.
Near Silverton, ancient trees can be found on the Highland Mary Lakes Trail.
A blue spruce on the Pagosa Ranger District of the San Juan National Forest has an impressive girth of 47 inches.
Cottonwood trees with their thick bark stabilize arroyos and washes across the Southwest. This giant lives in Box Canyon Arroyo at Ghost Ranch in New Mexico.

It’s a tree – how about a hug?

Colorado has more aspen trees than any other Rocky Mountain state.
Chama, N.M., resident and cowgirl Linda Putnam loaned the author a horse to ride with her into the Humphries Wildlife Area in New Mexico to find this huge ancient cedar tree, barely surviving under our current drought, but with a trunk 6 feet in circumference.
Children have always loved trees, and this is a child’s offering to a venerable cottonwood tree in Box Canyon Arroyo at Ghost Ranch, Abiquiu, N.M.
Near Silverton, ancient trees can be found on the Highland Mary Lakes Trail.
A blue spruce on the Pagosa Ranger District of the San Juan National Forest has an impressive girth of 47 inches.
Cottonwood trees with their thick bark stabilize arroyos and washes across the Southwest. This giant lives in Box Canyon Arroyo at Ghost Ranch in New Mexico.
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