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old growth pine Much of Michigan was clear cut in the 1800-1900's so, much of the forest now is new growth. This is the largest known white pine in the Tahquamenon Falls State Park, about 175 years old. It's 120' high, 4'8" in diameter, and 14'8" in circumference.

26 Things III item "Grand".

26 Things III (26), Upper Peninsula (16)

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