Heart Shaped Tree
After learning of this naturally occurring 'heart shaped' tree, I knew I needed to look for it on our weekend trip to the White Mountains. The only information we had was that it was someplace along the Kancamagus Highway. Here's a little information on the highway.
The Kancamagus Highway is a 34 mile stretch of highway that runs through the White Mountain National Forest. It has been designated as an American Scenic Byway. It reaches an altitude of just under 3,000 ft. at its highest highest point. It is considered one of the best Fall foliage viewing areas in the country.
Finding one tree along a 34 mile stretch of highway (filled with trees!) wasn't easy, especially since the only way you'd notice the heart shape was if you happened to be looking at it from a particular direction. But at the end of our day, just before we were about to head back to Connecticut, we found it. I think it was well worth the search, as it really it amazingly beautiful!
I tried finding it today, where the heck is it? On the Conway side or the Lincoln side? Or what is it near? I have to find that tree!!! Lol
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