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My Relationship with Giant Redwoods — 34 Comments

  1. Oh man, this took me right back to Muir Woods. It’s been many years since I visited, but I distinctly remember the huge tree with the gap at the base that could fit a small SUV inside. Grand does not even suffice to describe these monsters. It’s pretty cool how passionate you are about them. If more people were, maybe they wouldn’t be almost extinct.
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  2. I would have followed you the first time! I love trees, especially the big, beautiful giants. I haven’t been to California, but Vancouver’s Stanley Park has some beautiful trees – and Cathedral Grove on Vancouver Island is exactly like you described: a religious experience.

    By the way, I kept my magazine too. 😉
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  3. Oh my gosh, I love the Redwoods! I haven’t been up there in a few years, and I miss it. I didn’t know about only 2% being left either…that’s incredibly sad. I’m glad we have our little patch to visit on occasion…and glad to hear I’m not the only nerd to imagine elves in the forest. haha
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    • Oh no. How can you NOT think about LOTR in the redwoods?
      And it’s one of the things that gets me very down. I’m not super-environmental, but thinking about deforestation of something so beautiful raises my hackles…

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