New Huntington Beach Attraction: Missing Trees of Mystery
He's in Surf City and he's okay.
est known for its surfers, skinheads and ultimate fighters, Huntington Beach has been overrun with a new breed of hepcat lately.
Radical air huggers.
They have descended on Gibbs Park and Central Park and assorted spots around Surf City, camping next to empty spaces previously occupied by trees, wrapping their arms around what used to be bark and even giving the un-trees cute names such as "Thor," "Chloe" and "Mrs. Beasley."
A mysterious spate of limbocide has made this rampant Earth muffiness possible. In August, seven pines and two eucalyptus trees were destroyed in
This so alarmed
Three days after the War on Tree Terror was launched, 15 more trees valued at $7,500 were vandalized at
On Oct. 7, the day after the latest
While the mysterious removal and/or chopping down of trees in
Whoever has the firewood sales concession for state beach fire rings better have an alibi.
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