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NJ to ME and Everything in Between: Sentinel Pine Bridge

This is another one of my absolute favorite photos of the trip. This is in the White Mountains National Forest in NH. It's over the Flume Gorge and its pool, and I love the history of the bridge. The bridge is made from a tree that made it's home near the Gorge's pool. It stood over 90 feet tall and was estimated to be over 100 years old. The tree was torn down in 1938 by a hurricane and later put over the river as a bridge. I love that the tree is still at home, only in a different form. (Picture taken 5/20/11)

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