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Woman Told To Cut Down Century-Old Tree On Her Property Turns it Into Work of Art Instead

 Sara Sanders possesses a 110-year old cedar on her property in Everett, Washington. City officials told her to cut it down when the tree proved to be a road danger, with falling limbs causing road blockages.

Heartbroken, Sara was prepared to leave behind the 120-foot-tall century-old tree when she’d an idea. Contacting chainsaw artist, Larry Carter, they worked collectively to transform the tree that is iconic into a matter of beauty.

Sara Sanders was told to cut this lovely cedar down.

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She purchased her property 17 years past just due to the towering tree, and today instead of cutting it down, she saw her opportunity to make an impact

She teamed up to create a work of art that anyone in the area could use.

They turned the cedar into a miniature library!

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Directed his expertise to turn to forming the tree into a small library.

I believe many folks will not be reading. I believe it’s not unimportant,” Sara said.

Sara set a first dozen novels indoors when the tree library was finished. The library features a bear with a message board.

Sara named him Charlie.

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Sara contained some of her favourite mystery novels into the mixture. Going out to have a look from time to time, she found tons of folks began to check the publications out.

Even seen someone attempting to discover a novel at night with a flashlight is ’sed by her.

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The cut-down cedar took in the area. Select a novel to read instead of playing with electronic devices and kids often came up to pat Charlie.

The area library tree.

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Grief is ’sed by Sara at having to do away with her precious cedar was replaced with delight at seeing her community make complete use of the library it’s become.

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