Lightning does strike in the same spot twice

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skyhightree1

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New year another tree same spot as last year... When life gives you trees you make firewood
 

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That saying never made sense to me. Electricity takes the path of least resistance, if it took that path once, it's likely to do it again.
 

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I had to cut up a 24 inch hollow tree yesterday that lightning hit and set on fire . Of course it took out the fence when it burned down. It was on the back side of property line and no one new it was on fire .
Old timers will not burn fire wood from a tree that was lightning struck.
 
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I should clarify... It was not hit by lightning but literally was blown over same week last year as the one piece I left shown in the picture. So I was using that saying as it literally happened same place and time
 
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