Roberts Creek twin Falls Day Rd Forest
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Roberts Creek twin Falls Day Rd Forest

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This is a 40 year old "new" forest near Day Rd. in Roberts Creek BC, Canada. This forest may be logged again soon along with many old growth yellow cedar trees etc. that may be upwards of 1000 years old. Check out the facebook pages "Gateway to Elphinstone - Day Road Twin Waterfall Forest" and Elphinstone Logging Focus (Ross Muirhead)"

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