Shenandoah National Park fire site has largely recovered naturally; a revisit today

I revisited the site of the Rocky Mount fire in Shenandoah National Park today (see May 17, 2016).

At the Brown Mountain overlook, most of the ground cover had grown back.  Some scaring of trees was visible in the distance.

But the area has recovered very quickly.

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I didn’t get to where there was Verizon Internet again until I reached US250 at the southern end of the Park, and learned quickly about Trump’s saying he had been elected by voters in Pittsburgh.

(Posted: Thursday, June 1, 2017 at 11:30 PM)

Below: View from 675 after climbing Massanutten into the Fort Valley, looks like the scenery of my “Ocelot” story in my DADT-III book.

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