Vegetation along White Rock’s ‘hump’ has returned in the years since it was cleared by city leaders (below, file photo), notes letter-writer Roger Currie. (Aaron Hinks photo)

Vegetation along White Rock’s ‘hump’ has returned in the years since it was cleared by city leaders (below, file photo), notes letter-writer Roger Currie. (Aaron Hinks photo)

LETTERS: Natural a better look than au naturel

Editor: How beautiful all the vegetation is that is coming back after the ‘hump’ was desecrated

Editor:

I was walking along the Promenade last week when I realized how beautiful all the vegetation is that is coming back after the ‘hump’ was desecrated by a clearcut several years ago (Bluff clearcut catches many off guard, May 13, 2015).

This area is a very important and beautiful addition to the waterfront and I hope that it is left alone for many years to come.

Many of the birds and ground animals including raccoons have come back to make residence.

Roger Currie, White Rock

 

LETTERS: Natural a better look than au naturel