Yesterday someone told me about a new logging road, where trees were dying or dead. Today, I decided to drive about 15 miles to check that out. While I didn't get quite as far in as I had hope, my vehicle overheating, I got into that road a few miles and took pictures. Here they are. Most of the dead trees are cedar, which are hardy trees. Normally, this type grows in swampy land. The problem there is that the swamps have dried up, which is most unusual. Meanwhile, other trees look like trees do in late October, the leaves changing colour so badly and tall marshy grass is burnt brown at the top. None of this is good in the least! Overhead, one clearly sees the cause of this: the bloody chemical spraying of our sky! The heat out there is frightful, the humidity high. Nothing can survive this for much longer. I have to ask: when are people going to wake up, open their eyes and see the destruction of ecology and of us? The desiccants being sprayed dry everything to death, and we are losing 200 plant and animal species daily. The last picture is of the sun at 3 P.M. All these pictures were taken within a one-hour time frame.