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Frank Dickerson of Pellyton & California, responds to KRT

For readers who may have forgotten, the esteemed COF and the Knifley Round Table weighed in on the issue facing the Stotts family on the identity of a tree, from a picture of the bark, on their Picnic, KY farm on the main road from Breeding to Dirigo, the shortcut to Bird Road.

Frank Dickerson writes:
The tree: It couldn't be more clear, it's a single tree! If there were two it would be a double tree and so on. - FD
Comments re article 88280 COF 100 agreement on Mystery Tree ID No 4 from Bark



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