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April 11, 2007

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Mr. Field

I love trees because they help our planet stay healthy and they're pretty to look at.

Bradley

I like the trees that I saw.

Gabe

I love to climb it some day

andrea

that tree is so interesting when i saw it i said wow

freddy

the tree with a lot of holes is really big I would can probly climb it.

Brandi

I love all of your gises trees.

alex

i luvthat trey

jacob

I love your tree it is awsome

jacob

I love your tree it is awsome

sifuentes

ha I wish we could have more then ten trees in the world.$

roberto

i wud like to clime your tree.

allysandra

I wish that the holes in the tree went up half way up only and the branches went out so me and my friend can build a treehouse in a tree

Timothy

I wont to see the tree in real life.I will wont to see in side.`

kimberly

that tree is interesting when i saw it

julissa

I like the tree.i want to see it in real life.

I think that this is very
enteresting.That people
could learn alot about
difrent.

julian

I will like to clime that tree

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