2 years ago

We recently visited Congaree National Park on the way home from a delivery to South Carolina. It was a beautiful blue-sky day — completely still and quiet, other than the occasional resonance of a foraging woodpecker or the faint sound of a rustling squirrel. We walked the empty boardwalk through a vast and swampy forest of impressive old-growth trees that stretched their limbs far into the sky. Soaking up the rare solitude of places like these is always a reminder to us of how important it is to leave some places wild. If you’re interested in visiting or supporting old-growth forests like this, be sure to visit our friends at the Old-Growth Forest NetworkThey’re doing amazing work protecting and preserving forests across our country!