Two giant White Pine trees on the shoreline of Osgood Pond had blown down in a storm and landed away from the water. Their root balls were flat and about 10 feet in diameter with the tree trunks being well over 2 feet. This pulled up all the rocks and dirt on the shoreline leaving a lovely beach of white sand. You had to crawl up over or around the roots to get to it, but you had your own private beach to watch the sunset.
Here a couple of paddlers go by in the setting sun.
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