Speechless Sunday in Charleston, SC and the Angel Oak Tree

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The Angel Oak Tree, located on John's Island, near Charleston, SC is said to be the oldest oak tree east of the Mississippi River.  The tree is believed to be over 1400 years old and is owned by the City of Charleston.  The park is open daily for visitors, and its' FREE. 

Angel Oak Tree, Johns Island, SC

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Harry F. D'Elia
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Thanks for sharing this lovely pic of an old tree. Great to climb

Mar 07, 2010 02:58 AM #1
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Darren Revell
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Cool tree.. Thank you for sharing.. gnarly

Mar 07, 2010 05:22 AM #2
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Diane Williams
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Wow! The tree is beautiful. It's hard to believe it is that old.

Mar 07, 2010 10:29 PM #3
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Joye Hollis Ridgeway
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Thanks ! The tree is a Charleston treasure.  It's hard to reflect how huge the limbs are.  Climb ??? You would  have to be daring....and willing to pay the consequenses.  The tree is protected by all sorts of groups, as well as electronically.  Be sure to see it when you are in the area. !!

Mar 08, 2010 12:49 PM #4
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Dianna Eversole

I have never traveled to that part of our country, but I must say the beautiful Angel Oak would be a must see as one of the grand natural wonders of our beautiful country.

Jan 13, 2013 08:02 AM #5
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Joye Hollis Ridgeway
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Hi Dianna, yes, it's one of Charleston's best kept secrets.  It's away from town on John's Island.  One of my favorites places to go.Thanks for the comment.

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