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Historic California Sequoia Collapses From Climate Change or a Rainstorm, But Mostly a Rainstorm

Monday, January 9, 2017 22:17
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By William Teach

Did you hear this one?

(SF Gate) The historic Pioneer Cabin Tree, a former “drive-through” giant sequoia in Calaveras Big Trees State Park in Calaveras County, was felled in California’s weekend storms.

The tree was hollowed out in the 1880s to allow tourists to pass through it, and even allowed cars, but more recently has hosted only hikers. It was part of the “Big Trees Trail” at the state park.

Jim Allday of Arnold is a volunteer at the park who was working there Sunday. He said the tree went down about 2 p.m. and “shattered” on impact.

So, of course, since all these storms are being blamed on ‘climate change’, we get this:



Yes, because there were no storms before Trump.

Read more at The Pirate’s Cove.
 



Source: http://directorblue.blogspot.com/2017/01/historic-california-sequoia-collapses.html

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