I encountered this fallen tree yesterday in the woods. It's hard to judge the size from that photo, but the thickness was about 3 feet. I've read that most of Nova Scotia has been wood harvested over the centuries since white people arrived. This log has me wondering if trees can actually be common in this size if a region was left natural for hundreds of years. I had noticed similarities with Labrador in some ways in these areas: large boulders in the woods, lichen, labrador tea plants. I figured the topsoil was poor and trees didn't get very big. So sighting this log was a shock to me.