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In the end, the burn is as normal as rain, or lightning, or bear crap, or snow and it'll all come back one way or another. It seems like it takes forever, but it has happened hundreds of times in the past and it took but a blink of an eye as far as Ma Earth is concerned.

Not saying I want my home scorched and not negating the catastrophic losses for people who lose property and lives. Just saying that elk and bears don't seem to mind black bark and fallen trees.

Fourty years of backpacking skewed my view of burnt tree country. It's ugly the first year. It's better next year. It's amazing five years later. After ten years, the old forest is forgotten and it all seems normal again.

It's all a part of the process.

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