Trees Part 10

Trees Part 10

Trees Part 10

The silence screams as soft light struggles to sink through these arboreal beasts. For the reclusive or the hands-on, it’s just better this way. Unlike Muir Woods, its sanitized, more famous cousin just north of San Francisco, the redwood grove at Montgomery Woods State Natural Reserve, like most obscure, remote groves in Northern California, sets you free to climb on or commune with the trees. No crowds. No paved pathways. No guides or markers to point out which one of these impossibly lofty pillars was (until recently) the world’s tallest tree. Something tells you the park was designed to keep it this way.

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I am a lawyer in Chicago with interests in pop culture and current politics.
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