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This tree and its shooters that created more trees are all joined together to form a huge intertwining canopy-beautiful-plus it provided a great shady area to rest and recoup from walking around shopping and eating.
First planted in 1873 as an eight foot high tree, the Banyon Tree adjacent to the Pioneer Inn and along Front Street now occupies a full city block and rises to over 60 feet in height. Identified as the largest banyan tree in America, this...More
I don't know how this tree does what it does, but I thank the maker! And I thank God for the beauty of it. It's something beautiful inside the sweetness of a school and travel people and bums. And it makes sense, thank you tree!
Honestly we were going to skip seeing “the tree” because we had been to a few pubs and a hike. We thought it’s just a tree! We were at Captain Jacks and THE TREE was across the street. So we decided we are so close...More
If you're in the front street area then I would suggest to stop and have a look as it is a really cool thing to see, however i would not recommend to go out of your way just to see it.
Fyi...There are a lot...More
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I don't know the answer to your question but if you can remember any store or restaurant names where he was around, I would call them and ask for help. If it was in the park, try calling the old courthouse.