Ever since an anonymous relative had the World Book Encyclopedia shipped to our home, I have dreamed of visiting a temperate rain forest. Something far removed from the logger’s scraps I thrashed through as a kid growing up in northern Maine. A land untouched; where life goes on undisturbed as it has since the dawn of creation.
Since making tree care my profession, I have wanted to see, smell, hear and touch the tallest, largest and oldest trees on earth. I finally got my chance to visit a rainforest; and not just any rainforest. The Hoh; a river, a forest, a people, a way of life, a rewarding experience. Let us explore this rain-drenched land in the slideshow below (photos copyright Randy Cyr).
Refresh the page to start the slideshow from the beginning:
Before you call a tree removal service, let our impartial consulting arborists identify potential hazards and diseases, and recommend proven solutions. Our approach spares our clients needless worry and, often, thousands of dollars in removal and treatment costs.