- Aug 15, 2010
See I knew this was gonna happen , it's gonna be never ending and you will never be satisfied , once one area that you complain about gets something done with you will target down on more and more areas , jemima mt isn't all that except for a few ruts on the hill but the area itself it's free of liter and for the most part no destruction of excisting vegatation , I was back just not that long ago after one of the storms hit and you could clearly see a path of a tornado that took so many trees down I couldn't even beleive , I'll post some pics of that , maybe you can control the weather from destructing the woods too if you bitch enough
The hill is being increasingly denuded by new trails of people driving around the fallen trees. The old/giant ruts are eroding and the sedimentation is burying the flora at the base of the hill.
The fallen trees are natural and are not causing erosion, most were snapped and mid trunk. They are providing food for insects which will become bird and reptile food.
The opening up of the canopy is also a good thing. It enables small trees and other plants such as grassesto gain a foothold.
New trails and erosion on Jemima Mt
Trees toppled by storm/wind sheer