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Month: April 2020

A Black Birch in Winter

A Black Birch in Winter You might not know this old tree by its bark, Which once was striate, smooth, and glossy-dark, So deep now are the rifts that separate Its roughened surface into flake and plate. Fancy might less remind you of a birch Than of mosaic columns in a church Like Ara Coeli A Black Birch in Winter

Karaoke dinner parties? Quiet moments? This family’s Del Norte Kitchen Pavilion does it all

The 2nd place winning photo of our 2019 Photo Contest features Marilyn and Shawn Murray’s stunning 20′ x 18′ Del Norte Outdoor Kitchen Pavilion, though the real show stealer is their adorable little niece! We recently chatted with Shawn Murray about why he and Marilyn chose to work with Forever Redwood and what the experience Karaoke dinner parties? Quiet moments? This family’s Del Norte Kitchen Pavilion does it all

This will brighten your day! #3 is a redwood of course!

These are incredible photos. It goes to show that when we are determined to survive and persist , despite the impediments , we can do it. Like birds, let’s leave behind what we don’t need to carry… grudges, sadness, pain, fear and regrets. Fly light. Life is beautiful! The tenacity of trees! A Place Of Enchantment This Palm Tree Fell Over This will brighten your day! #3 is a redwood of course!

Curious Fact

The artist Michael Beitz designed amazing sculptural tables. This are called Tree Picnic, a functional 50-foot-long picnic table that branches like a tree at the Michigan Riley Farm in Buffalo, NY.

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