Allen Brown, of All-Care Tree Surgery, uses a chainsaw to lop a  limb off of the 100-foot-tall slash pine on Myrtle Island in Bluffton on Saturday.
Allen Brown, of All-Care Tree Surgery, uses a chainsaw to lop a limb off of the 100-foot-tall slash pine on Myrtle Island in Bluffton on Saturday. Jay Karr/ The Island Packet
Allen Brown, of All-Care Tree Surgery, uses a chainsaw to lop a limb off of the 100-foot-tall slash pine on Myrtle Island in Bluffton on Saturday. Jay Karr/ The Island Packet

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