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Six Word Saturday – Storms make trees …

This post is in response to  Debbie’s at Travel With Intent blog Six Word Saturday Challenge.

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  1. I’m always amazed when I see a tree that’s gone over, how shallow the roots usually are for the size of the tree. I appreciate what the saying is saying :-), but I’m not sure it’s really true in the forest.

    janet

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    • Aspen trees have extremely shallow roots. You know how you always see them in clumps, that’s because they gain their strength by connected all the roots as one large structure. 😀 😀 That’s the only tree I know about for sure.

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