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  • As we were hitting the road from my brother Chris' place in Debordieu on Saturday, Kathy noticed a face on the old Southern Oak tree out in front of Chris’ place as we descended the steps to the car. I just had to get a picture of it. I thought that North Page might get a kick out of this Southern facial exposure.

    Incredibly, this old Southern Oak tree in South Carolina is a University of Michigan fan! Whoda thunk it? Perhaps, it did it's undergrad work there as a young sapling? (I’m certain the fact that two of my nephews went there had nothing to do with this “natural phenomenon”!)
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