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Images on this page are courtesy of Kay Meyer.
Can you say W-O-R-K P-A-R-T-Y?
Judging by the fresh tracks over snow that had fallen just two nights before (above), the fresh wiring at the phone switch plate (above-right), and the fresh paper trash bag in the outside trash can (sorry, didn't get a photo of that), someone apparently had been to Stony Ridge not too long before we got there.
We were able to see the dome from several miles away. The photo above is normal view. The photo above-right is 20x zoom. In each photo, the dome is in the center of the picture, framed by blackened trees in the foreground.
One remaining tree on the site (below), beautifully green and alive, as if nothing had happened.
The tree in the parking area (below) apparently was not as fortunate.
Looks like Mother Nature cleaned off the dome for us, with a bit of rain and snow.
Click on the image below for Sara's almost 360 degree view of the area around the Stony Ridge site.
For more photos of the Stony Ridge site, click here.
For photos of the forest in general, click here.