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(Phys Org2)   Giant sequoia found still smoldering from the 2020 California wildfires. You know what you did, and it can't just 'let it go'   (phys.org) divider line
    More: Followup, California, giant sequoia, Sequoia National Park, part of Sequoia National Park, Kings Canyon National Park, John Muir, Castle Fire, smoldering tree  
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2021-05-06 10:37:05 AM  
Where the hell is Smokey?!
 
2021-05-06 1:48:13 PM  

harleyquinnical: Where the hell is Smokey?!


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2021-05-06 2:00:58 PM  

harleyquinnical: Where the hell is Smokey?!


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2021-05-06 2:26:55 PM  
"The fact areas are still smoldering and smoking from the 2020 Castle Fire demonstrates how dry the park is,"

or re-think the way fires start, whichever is easier.
 
2021-05-07 8:54:03 AM  
Need to go back to controlled burns. Make sure they are done by professionals, or you just end up with taco bed and a burned house.

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