The Hope of the Forest
Trail Thoughts and Musings
During late 1800s and early 1900s most of the redwood growth was clear cut to provide timber and fuel for the Lime Kilns. Most of the redwoods in Fall Creek are second growth trees. It is reassuring to see how well nature has rebounded from that previous devastation. This small group of redwoods clustered around their fallen mother tree, illuminated by a shaft of sunlight, invoke the image of future giant redwood forests.
Werner Hager at email@example.com
Last updated March 16, 1998.
Copyright 1996 by Werner W. Hager and Micromoms. All rights reserved.