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Tunnel Log in Sequoia National Park
California

Tunnel gemaakt in een omgevallen giant Sequoia in Sequoia National Park, vergelijkbaar met de bekende "tunnel log" op een andere locatie in het park. In de jaren dertig blokkeerde een omgevallen Sequoia de weg. Dit werd opgelost door een tunnel in de omgevallen boom uit te hakken.

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