Follow-up to the Pillar Point cut, which seems to have been part of a "salmon-stream clearing" project.
On the way up the west coast of Washington State, so many - MANY - well-printed signs about the "Olympic Land Grab."
First of all, it's another expensive print run. Which organization or corporation is paying for the printing and distribution? Who's got the money?
Secondly, logging interests talking about a "land grab" are practicing historical projection (Look in the mirror, folks).
On the Hoh river salmon-stream clearing project, a crane was vandalized, evidently by "environmentalists," as a local paper has it. The red spray paint referenced clearcuts.
The Pillar point cut goes quite a ways into the woods and along the highway. A chance for somebody to pick up some trees under cover of a state project? The same on the Hoh river?
Did the highway 112 cuttings finally set off a reaction? Again, asking and wondering. These things seem to be linked. Maybe folks are tired of the lungs of the planet being slashed down to make chipboard and to wipe our butts with.
Oh, and down by Chehalis, ran into some fellow born-in-Everetts, but they bragged about living in that forest-failed armpit for 50 years (never getting out?) and put down "kids today" who "don't want real wood," but replace sawdust board cabinets every five years.
And where, pray tell, are said kids supposed to get "real wood?" Hire Dr. Who to run back in the Tardis a half century or so and bring some back? Please. Do get out and THINK once in a while.