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Posted on Help!! A tree ate my bicycle!!!

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#1 posted 875 days ago

Aaron – No the tires weren’t touching the ground -
Snopes alludes to the idea that somebody moved the bike there after it was abandoned.

Trees grow “adding material to the top” rather than pushing up ou of the ground.

this is why embedded civil war musket balls are still only 4 feet off the ground

Somebody found the kids bike and chained it to the tree at its current height.

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