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Old 07-27-2018, 06:18 AM   #1
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Question Tuftonboro: A Tree in The Roadway...

It's long-gone now, but a short drive from the lake would bring you to a well-traveled two-lane road, where travelers would be navigating a curve and find a huge tree growing in the middle of the road.

(Well, it looked huge when I first saw it).

Like many roads north of Melvin Village proper, the roadway may have not been paved when I first saw it. The tree made the curve somewhat more difficult to navigate as one drove towards the lake.

Melvin Village probably had the last of "quaint" lake-area sightings, and I'm wondering do I remember a post card featuring that tree? Also, about what year did the Board decide that the tree may have posed a hazard to automobiles?

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