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Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac described the shores of the Detroit River as full of "charming meadows," containing an "infinite number of fruit trees, chiefly plums and apples." Today's river banks aren't quite as fruitful, but a taste of Detroit's original landscape can still be found in Witherell Woods, 90 acres of virgin forest in Palmer Park. [Model D]