Good day all. I am a new member on the forums. I have been to the summit of Mt. Washington a couple of times and I have found the place to be absolutely beautiful. One of the nicest places in America. I'm hoping to get back to the summit again this fall when I get back to Northern New England, but its hard to get up there when living down in the Pittsburgh area.
Now, my question is. Has anyone seen or heard of trees exploding when it gets to cold? I have someone at work that is professing that trees just spontanously blow up when it gets to cold because the water inside the tree expands rapidly and the tree just lets go. I just want to put this whole entire debate to rest. Thanks for anyones help.