The Lone Oak

Tim Denny

Green Bay, United States

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I seen a few bubblers put out journals about the tornados that took place in the last few days.
To bad that has to happen, but if not that it would be someting else.
After seeing the journals I thought I would bring out this photo.

This is one remaining tree that weathered a tornado that ripped through cantral Wisconsin this last June, 2007
The tornado ripped a path 1 mile wide for the most part and taking out over 1400 acres of woods, you read that right, 1400 acres of wooded area and stayed on the ground for 36 miles.
Yes, you read that right also, 36 miles.
There were some home destroyed, but the tornado took out mostly woods. It would have been very bad it the 36 miles was residential area. I don’t remember if there were injuries, but I seen several bad homes and one Campground that was totally wiped out.
Just thought I would share this tonado remembrance.

All tornados are bad, but I can’t say I have ever heard of one on the ground for 36 miles.
Many people ( I for one ) bought wood cutting permits for $20. I have enough campfire wood at my travel trailer for a couple years.
I love camp fires and burn so much wood in the summer I had a sign made for myself that says
Camp Fire Junkie, no kidding. I am known in the seasonal campgrounds ad the
“Camp Fire Junkie”

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