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May 12, 2022


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Sally Hanson

It is wonderful that a lot of trees 🌲 do survive these events! And many things will rejuvenate! I have seen this over and over. The year after Mt St Helen’s bleak I drove there and many flowers were coming up and I imagine it didn’t kill the roots so then it can rejuvenate. But I see people all over just rush in and start logging and maybe too soon🤔 Good experience to see this happen.


Your photos are so beautiful, along with your writing, you tell an amazing the amazing story of rejuvenation.

Kathy Kaiser

Thanks, Shoney. I'm hoping for more rejuvenation. Only time will tell.

Kathy Kaiser

Sally, I'm glad to hear that life is returning to Mt. St. Helen's. But it's disturbing to hear that more logging is being done.

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