Tree Serves as Cellar (Oct, 1940)

Tree Serves as Cellar
Maintaining a temperature between forty and fifty degrees F. the year ’round, the hollow trunk of a huge maple tree serves as a fruit-storage cellar for a Redmond, Wash., family. The tree cellar has room for 400 quart fruit jars.

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  1. Anne says: April 7, 20086:02 pm

    I had no idea maple trees got that big. Looks more like a Sequoia (Redwood). Scary.

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