Just back from a trip to Arizona, and saw many old, dead trees that
seemed to be twisted like an old wash rag. As if the tree died, then
twisted as the dead wood aged.
Any ideas how or why this happens?????
Thanks to all,
Several decades ago my gf's uncle was mowing the lawn one
afternoon, trying to get it done before the impending storm broke.
As the clouds gathered it got so dark he had to turn on the
headlights on the mower. Then woodchips started falling into
his yard. He looked up and there was a tornado moving through
the woods behind his house.
The next day it looked like a giant brush hog had cleared a
path through the woods about 50 yards wide. with a surprisingly
well-defined edge on both sides. Here and there a tree, or
part of one was still standing in the cleared area, but
twisted. So If those twisted dead trees were all in the
same place, something similar may have happened to
Or what Leon said.
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