I just found out that the mahogany tree I blogged about finding back in October during a blue-grouse hunt has been nominated as the biggest individual tree of its species in the State of Utah and in the Nation. Pretty cool if you ask me. If you know anything about curl-leaf mahogany trees, youâ€™d know that this one was huge. It was worth the hike into see it. I guess it takes about a year for the registration process, so Iâ€™ll be watching for it. It is wild think that thisÂ tree was probably a respectable size mahogany when Columbus was playing with toy boats as a kid.Â (I guess itâ€™s kind of like Boone and Crockett record for trees, eh?).