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    Disclosure of oak tree forest by storms winter 2014 in Wales UK


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    Disclosure of oak tree forest by storms winter 2014 in Wales UK

    Post  B.B.Baghor on Wed Mar 05, 2014 10:58 am

    Here's an unusual disclosure of the natural kind  Wink I truly feel, we as Dutchies should thank the UK and Wales, for buffering the storms of last winter! So, here it is for those of you living in the UK:  THANK YOU!!!! Check This Out
    Storms of Jan. and Febr. 2014 changed the English and Welsh coast
    "The huge storms and powerful winds that have battered the coast of Britain in recent weeks have caused years' worth of erosion and damage said to “have changed the coastline forever”.
    Just up the coast at Borth the power of the storm stripped the sand from a beach revealing the remains of oak trees dating back to the Bronze Age that had been hidden for thousands of years. The tree stumps on the beach between Borth and Ynyslas are said by some to be responsible for the legend of "Cantre'r Gwaelod", which according to myth was a kingdom submerged under the waters of Cardigan Bay and often described as the "Welsh Atlantis".
    Before the storms recent photographs show a strip of pristine sand. Now the same spot shows a multitude of tree stumps of ancient oaks and pines dating back thousands of years spanning for miles".
    For more, go to the attached file.
    Storms of Jan. and Febr. 2014 UK and Wales.docx
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