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Nice pictures. What is amazing to me is that the first weekend in May up there looks like the first weekend in March in this area. I know you guys are way up north, but it's still crazy to see barren grass and no buds on the trees at this time of year.
Is anything being done to keep the houses from sliding down the cliff in the future?