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April 09, 2022

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hollyroller@gmail.com

That photo looks like it was taken on Easton.

Doesn't Burlingame have the Best Trees? I doubt if there are any other "Munis" on the Peninsula that do more to create a viable Urban Forest for their community.

Good Work City of Burlingame Park Dept. Tree Guys.

Joe

Agreed. This maple is in my yard which isn't on Easton :-)

A bit of a walk about today yields that the dogwoods are looking especially good along with the apple trees. With the wind today, better get out and enjoy them before they blow away.

hollyroller@gmail.com

Nice Wood Joe.

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