Something to distract us from the winter weather.
Old news . . . last summer a tornado touched down in Olympic National Rain Forest. The twister, twisted up cedar trees with six foot wide trunks tossing them like match sticks. Smoke from forest fires drifted through the area.
This is what it looked like at July Creek.
Farther down the trail, the Forest Service cut the tree blocking the path giving us access to the end of the trail.
The tornado’s path covered the length of two football fields before the destruction disappeared.
I wonder what it will look like next summer after a long winter’s rain? Will we find new plants or graffiti or both?