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Once upon a time, there was a girl named Pina who had rough skin, same as the bark of a tree. People always tease her about this. She never even had friends because she is ugly. Despite the situation she was still beautiful at heart. She was kind, generous and friendly. She always help the people in their village.

To get away with her problems she goes to the mountains. She enjoyed it there for nobody teases her there. Only the trees can see her, and the trees naturaly don't laugh at people.

One day at the forest as she was marvelling at the trees, she thought how nice would it be if she was a tree. She can provide shade, lumber, fresh air, in short she would be very useful and people would love her. So she wished to be a tree. With this thoughts, she fell asleep.

An enchantres heared this and took pity so she granted Pina's wish. In the next morning. Pina woke up as a tree, but indeed a happy tree. When the people saw this tree they thought it was Pina because of its rough bark, so they named it Pina tree. As years pass by it became Pine tree. And when you go to Bagiuo you can see the beautiful pine trees there.
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