Classic Concord Photo – Tue, 07 Jul 2015

It’s just like the old saying goes, you can’t see the park through this forest. That’s mostly because this image of Rollins Park features dozens of what reader Earl Burroughs – who sent us the picture – calls “magnificent pine trees,” many of which were ultimately lost in the hurricane of 1938. It made the park much more parky and way less foresty (apologies for boring you with scientific terminology).
It’s just like the old saying goes, you can’t see the park through this forest. That’s mostly because this image of Rollins Park features dozens of what reader Earl Burroughs – who sent us the picture – calls “magnificent pine trees,” many of which were ultimately lost in the hurricane of 1938. It made the park much more parky and way less foresty (apologies for boring you with scientific terminology).

It’s just like the old saying goes, you can’t see the park through this forest. That’s mostly because this image of Rollins Park features dozens of what reader Earl Burroughs – who sent us the picture – calls “magnificent pine trees,” many of which were ultimately lost in the hurricane of 1938. It made the park much more parky and way less foresty (apologies for boring you with scientific terminology).

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