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Seeing the camp with so many dead plants is a little disconcerting, although this will make maintenance of the site much easier.
It also reveals more of the foundations and other remains of the old camp buildings.
What a difference to see the camp with the barberry and some of the other invasive plants all dead.
The area has overgrowth and fallen trees, so if there is anything there, it would take clearing work to look further.I am fairly certain the footprint of the barracks building farthest to the northwest is now visible.Andre and I will keep you posted as work progresses on the site of the lower dam. Most of the work involves brush removal at some of the sites that have overgrown since last year.Spent a little over an hour at Camp Michaux this afternoon prompted by an email from Andre Weltman regarding heavy equipment at the entrance to the lower service road. It is currently focused on removing trees, I assume so they can get access to the concrete structures along Toms Run.
While I was there I walked the camp to examine the results of herbicide treatment over most of the area west of Michaux Road.
The green hoses visible in one photo are attached to pumps -- it appears the intent is to keep the newly created streambed (passing next to the dam) dry until work is completed, by dumping the water back into Toms Run just below the work area.