no, since it's in a state park, it will be left there to rot away over the decades.So what your saying is all the convenience stores in the area will have little bundles of the old Red Wood as souvenirs?
That means they are going to slice it up like a salami or something?
I'll never look at a tooth pick quite the same.
I bet that would look good with one of my Bald Eagle mounts perched on it.I have a piece of the Dyerville Giant which fell in '91. A friend picked it up while on a vacation and brought it home. He used it to make a base to mount a 3" tall hand carved Pronghorn he had made. The chunk of wood looks like an escarpment with grass and brush sticking up. An amazing piece of miniature artwork. It came to me when my friend passed away a few years ago and is a cherished memorial of him.