The median on I-26 all the way up to I-95 is an ugly pit of broken limbs from uprooted and massacred trees. More earth-moving forklifts stand at the ready to eradicate more.
It’s such a relief to have trees on I-95, separating the north from the south-bound highway.
However, when you get to I-26 toward the most charming city in America, you are hit with a pretty awful sight in the divide of a busy highway. Can we thin out the remaining trees and let them live?
C. Claire Law