Oak LbNA # 50523
|Placed Date||Sep 20 2009|
|Found By||Hart x6|
|Last Found||Sep 26 2012|
From I-5, exit 48, take the Rogue River exit. Go through town (Pine) turns into East Evans Creek Road. In about 11 miles, Left on May Creek Road. Drive to the pavement end. About 2 miles on the gravel - on the RIGHT, a child CEDAR hugs am mother FIR. There is a small clearing, but the adoptive family is right beside the graveled road.
"I am foreign and alone," says the PALM. "I am different from everyone else."
"Come," says the mother Fir. "Nestle between us. You are not alone!"
And the PALM lived happily ever after!
In the clearing, an old path leads down toward the creek. Not far, twin Cedars huddle together, protecting their new foundling, THE OAK.