A collapsed volcano deep in the heart of Oregon created Crater Lake, the deepest lake in the United States. Perhaps the most fascinating part of Crater Lake is a hemlock tree stump that floats upright called “Old Man of the Lake.” The tree stump is constantly moving, has yet to rot, erode, or tip over in the time since humans have first observed it in 1896. Scientists estimate the log is over 450 years old. Nobody knows for sure how it got in the lake, or how long it has been floating there. This 4 1/4” solid smooth maple pays tribute to the mystical nature of the tree, “Old Man of the Lake”.
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