There are quite a few articles about this little Memorial Tree that need not be reblogged here from my gardening blog. They are a bit too horticulturally oriented. This one happens to explain the significance of the Memorial Tree in Felton Covered Bridge Park. It is from May 2 of last year.
When I started writing this blog eight months ago, I reserved the right to occasionally write about topics that were irrelevant to horticulture and gardening. I designated the category of ‘elaborations’ for posts that were not from my weekly gardening column; but so far, I have tried to post articles within this category that were at least remotely relevant to horticulture, even if only to discuss a single tree, or merely a single ginkgo leaf that somehow appeared in Felton Covered Bridge Park.
Today is May 2. My post for today is only relevant to horticulture in that it explains the importance of the ‘Memorial Tree’ in Felton Covered Bridge Park.
Steven Michael Ralls passed away a year ago, on May 2, 2017
Jeffrey Dale Scofield passed away two years prior to that, on May 2, 2015
They were two of my most intimate friends. I wrote both obituaries. The…
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