• http://www.thegoodhuman.com David

    I know we have been hit hard here by the beetles – the mountains are starting to look like elephant skin with just a few hairs on them. So sad, really. Good to hear the wood could be going to something so useful though.

  • http://ecopolitology.org Tim

    Yeah, fortunately I am surrounded mostly by pinion and juniper, very little lodgepole pines. Although, all it takes is five minutes in a car and I am in the middle of a lodgepole forest that is on its way to decimation.

    If there is any benefit to this whole thing, the price of firewood has dropped sharply in Colorado. And I’m reaping that benefit as we speak.

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