There are a number of large Douglas firs along the banks of Luoma Creek south of where it flows under a steel and concrete bridge on the logging road. The largest tree has a circumference at breast height of 21.1 feet. TimberWest has logged around several other vets in this area. A count of growth rings of nearby logs show these trees are approximately 350 years in age.
Below: A log near the grove, left by TimberWest, showed that this tree, with a diameter of about 4.2 feet, was at least 350 years old.