Lake Oswego Real Estate: Hide and Seek is easy when you have trees this old

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Lake Oswego Real Estate: Hide and Seek is easy when you have trees this old. While out and about this weekend my kids managed to find a place where they thought they should bring their friends for a great game of hide and seek.

Hide and Seek in Lake Oswego (Lake Oswego Real Estate)

They figured when you have a tree that is big enough that you can actually hide under its roots, that this is the place for them! I do have to admit, I could see them until they popped their head out from under the tree.

If you are interested in buying a home in Lake Oswego, give us a call, we can make it so you won’t have to hide, but will help you seek out the perfect home for you!

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Todd Clark (broker w/ Ken's Home Team)
Keller Williams Realty
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John McCormack
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Hi Todd

My wife grew up on an Alabama farm. She has tales of a huge old Oak tree which was home to her tree house and included a huge hole in it's base making the perfect place for hiding out.  The first time I actually saw the tree of her many stories I was over come thinking of all the secrets this huge old tree could tell.  I want to share your tree with my wife knowing the sight of your photo will bring more stories of her might Oak hide away.  Thanks for sharing!

Best regards from the Q

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What a great pic Todd!  I'm glad the weather is still nice enough to play hide & seek ;)  Enjoy the kids... they grow up too darn fast!

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Wow Todd that is such a cool Picture I really really like it

Hannah

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Todd,  Your son looks like he is in heaven with his new found hide out.  It is amazing how big the trees are in your area.  We just don't have much of that in Colorado.  Or if we do, I haven't seen them.  We have lots of pine trees but they don't have the interesting root formations that yours do.  I feel sorry for your wife when she gets ready to do laundry after this outing.

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What a great tree and a great picture, Todd!  That is the kind of thing I loved finding when I was a kid!  Thanks for sharing!

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