Nick Maldonado, left, and Timmy Koon with Preservation Tree Care look for dead wood to remove Thursday from the largest live oak tree documented last year during the large-tree search for Beaufort's tricentennial.
Nick Maldonado, left, and Timmy Koon with Preservation Tree Care look for dead wood to remove Thursday from the largest live oak tree documented last year during the large-tree search for Beaufort's tricentennial. Jonathan Dyer/The Beaufort Gazette
Nick Maldonado, left, and Timmy Koon with Preservation Tree Care look for dead wood to remove Thursday from the largest live oak tree documented last year during the large-tree search for Beaufort's tricentennial. Jonathan Dyer/The Beaufort Gazette

Tree company adopts Beaufort's oldest live oak

January 27, 2011 08:21 PM

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