We are members and frequent Bernheim for hiking, bicycling and walking. One day we were riding our bicycles down Guerilla Hollow and for some reason I found this tree to be very interesting. I think most people referred to it as the rabbit tree [it was a rabbit oak]. I was glad to capture this picture because the tree fell over but Bernheim has the big burl on display down the hill from the Education Center and I also think part of this tree is in the Children’s Play Garden. I don’t know why I kept this picture, I guess it’s like Emily Dickinson said in her poem.
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