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Oh no! So sad :(

Lorraine, you just wouldn't believe the mess and they didn't leave any kind of buffer either. Talk about jerks.

I proudly call myself a treehugger :D Someone has to hug them, otherwise, the tragedy of what is happening to your beautiful land becomes routine. It's how I feel around us when someone takes an older home with character, tears almost the entire thing down, then builds a ridiculous monstrosity that looks completely out of place in the neighborhood. Ah well. As for the cauliflower dish, well I'm on my way to check out that link. I love new ways of fixing an old favorite.

So great to hear from you! Hope you like the jazzed up cauliflower. By the way, the skuzz bucket greedy B'turds cutting the trees did ford the creek and unfortunately we weren't home when they did it. No joke - it brought me to my knees and I'm still grieving. Can't believe it is called "progress".

June, I'm surprised zoning or county ordinances allowed them to cut down to the ravine where I suspect there is a creek. Every time I drive to the coast from Seattle, I can't believe there is not one remnant of old growth forest left. I hate the economics of the wood being worth more than the land intact. Well let me know if you need some tips for planting a hedge. Sorry about this loss.

Tom, we had a meeting with the town planner who indicated you can do whatever you want when you own the land. Ya, I couldn't believe it either. We contacted the state forest service about the creek being blocked with debris and slash and it has since been cleared enough that water is running again; however, the forest service said there isn't anything they can do about ugly. Now we've the pleasure of looking at piles of debris and breathing smoke filled air from burning slash and yes, it is all within town limits. Crazy huh.

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