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July 21, 2008
Seven Best National Parks for Visiting Old Growth Forests.
12 years ago
If I were rich, I'd plan a year to go see all. Thanks, homunculus!
And I'd go with you!
If I win the lottery, we'll all go. Though that's unlikely since I never buy lottery tickets.
Join the crowd of those who take a stance about not winning money 'cause your bucks would comptete in impossible competition. Once in a while I decide to buy a ticket, but my mother used up our family luck when she won a car back in 1948.
lovely post. I love a good forest. sounds like we better get that lottery plan in action tho, as many are sadly threatened. I can host for the Muir Woods leg :D
Vast tracts of
land. So nubile.
Named after John "Sierra Club" Muir? I saw an exhibit on him recently - interesting feller.
Yup, I'll never win the lottery. Better chance of getting hit by an old growth tree knocked down in a lightning strike, I'm sure. AND that's assuming I make a point of hugging the OGT whenever there's a storm. TUM: Juhn Muir was quite the character. Somewhere around here I have
The Essential Muir
20 Visually Arresting but Threatened Forests
Old Growth Forests Are Valuable Carbon Sinks
The Truth About Tongass: Alaska's Tongass National Forest includes the greatest tracts of rain forest outside the tropics. Subsidized logging is ripping them apart.
*doesn't want to go to work today, wants to go wander in the quiet forest*