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Like you, I treasure Madrona trees. They do symbolize the Pacific Northwest to me. I love seeing them towering and twisting above a road, especially when the white blossoms are showing. I love their flaky bark. I used to love climbing on the "saddles" created by the horizontal trunks when I found them in the woods when I was a kid. I'm so glad this mighty Madrona has survived the encroachment of humans into its territory and hope we don't disturb it any further. I regret the loss of so much of our beautiful trees' habitat already. The loss of the specific Madrona habitat to development will never replace it's unique contribution to the environment.

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