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  • OUR WAY LED THROUGH OCCASIONAL STANDS OF OLD-GROWTH forest but mostly wound through second-growth that had sprung up in old burns or patches where gulf storms had laid down swaths of timber.

    Fire The Sky

  • A long-abandoned city covered with second-growth forest lay across spring-swollen waters.

    Fire The Sky

  • According to a Los Angeles Times article of 8/25, A Tale of Grape versus Redwood, the response by Sonoma County Wine Grape Commission President, Nick Frey, to the query of "why there?" was: "It's an area of second-growth trees and the whole area, the wine industry here in Sonoma County, has been growing."

    Lorraine Devon Wilke: May We Suggest a Pinot With That Redwood Forest?

  • Set in an idyllic landscape that includes second-growth forest, pasture land and even a retired orchard, this converted dairy barn is sure to charm its inhabitants with its rustic character without robbing them of the conveniences of contemporary living.

    Old Dairy Barn Converted Into an Eco Home Filled With Rustic Charm | Inhabitat

  • Beyond that stood a piece of property covered with second-growth forest.

    Fatal Error

  • In the distance, along the purple hills of Skyline that divided the valley from the ocean, second-growth redwoods were topping their heads.

    Three Stages of Amazement

  • In the late 1980s, University of Idaho scientist James Johnson found two worms in a second-growth forest near Moscow.

    Giant Palouse Earthworm FOUND: Legendary Giant Worm Identified By Scientists

  • Clos du Marquis, the second wine of the second-growth property, Ch â teau L é oville-Las Cases in Saint-Julien, is perhaps the most famous example, having first been produced in 1902.

    Bordeaux's Best-Kept Secret

  • Thoreau embarked on a two-year experiment in simple living on July 4, 1845, when he moved to a small self-built house on land owned by Emerson in a second-growth forest around the shores of Walden Pond.

    henry david thoreau | happy birthday, henry! « poetry dispatch & other notes from the underground

  • We were soon in presence of the King, where -- under the shade of a clump of second-growth poplar-trees, with which nearly all the farms in the north of France are here and there dotted -- the presentation was made in the simplest and most agreeable manner.

    She Makes Her Mouth Small & Round & Other Stories

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