Tuesday, 30 October 2012


This is the opening to the giant centuries old cottonwood in the McLellan Park East Forest. You may have read about it Kent Spencer's story  in the Province on Monday

The tree is hollow inside at the base allowing people to climb inside. This is what that looks like from the outside.

But not many people know what it looks like inside the tree. Someone sent me this  picture Sunday night.

  The Old Man of the Forest grows mushrooms. Well taking up gardening when you get older is rather common.
-Kirk Robertson

1 comment:

  1. The depth and quality of the Sunday event was profound and a fine example of how nature brings community together in the highest achievements of humankind - Art, Science and Religion and in our humanity itself. Thanks to all for the world-changing event and all acts of kindness - forest and all others.