Powerful Microburst Flattened Part of a Montana Forest in 1999 (PIC)
Over a century ago, on June 30, 1908, an unearthly visitor came to our planet. A chunk of rock (or possibly ice) about 30 meters across—the size of a...
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Photos: A tale of the Northwest's logging past
Logging camps and mill towns in Western Washington were rough and tumble places where mostly single men worked 10-hour days, made decent pay and had few things to spend it on.
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People and Horses on a Gigantic Redwood Log; about 1900.
This photo is open for down loading for anyone wishing a free copy. Unknown Photo History. I'm fairly certain the tree was a Coast Redwood (Sequoia semperviren) or a Giant Sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) from Central to Northern California or Oregon. I wish this one was still standing. The bark has already been stripped off of it. Redwood Lumber Industry, Northern California - 1947 www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcEto_Q8MlY Logging Giant Redwood Sequoia - 1966 www.youtube.com/watch?v=LY44MkShHGs…
Long Before the Chain Saw...A Little Bit of History!
Alongside producing menus, brochures, calendars and other promotional items/events for small business owners, Scoop, L.L.C. publishes a small community newspaper that features news pertinent to the St. Charles County, specifically O’Fallon, Missouri area.
Elma Washington. history, East Grays Harbor information, old pictures, parks, recreation, Grays Harbor County Fair, Grays Harbor Raceway, Slug Festival, Blackberry Festival, Strawberry Festival