Sequoia tree in Dublin

JS: Sequoia tree lives in Dublin. this tree is a California native planted in the mid 1850s. the name comes from the cherokee who devised the written language for the nation from scratch from verbal and is responsible for the gathering of the 7 tribes of Oklahoma, which you can see on the state  car licence plate..

Ed: Very interesting Jim - I wonder where it is? Will post on our facebook page and see if someone identifies it. The climate in Dublin is usually not too extreme, and generally winters don't dip below freezing too much. Perhaps this Californian immigrant enjoys that!

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