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Pollen Season

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Today I came across this video of a guy driving his backhoe into a pollen-laden tree. The effect is surreal! I can relate — the first year I spent living in the mountains I ran out to my meadow because I thought a fire was getting started in the forest nearby. Turned out it was just a gust of wind releasing a plume of pollen flowing across the meadow. It's always incredible to me just how much pollen trees seem to generate.

Which reminds me… pollen season is just about upon us…
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Pollen season in the Sierras
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