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Stumps and logs of cedar and pine trees, thousands of years old and known locally as the Sunken Forest, are currently jutting out from the sand and rocks, visible to the human eye only when conditions are ripe.
On Monday, Marion, an eighth-grader at Rye Junior High, took the stage at Rye’s annual Memorial Day ceremony to share her grandfather’s story, reading her winning essay for the Rye Recreation Memorial Day Poster and Writing Contest.“He hoped one small victory could be granted to him as a wartime compensation for his loss of innocence,” said Marion.
“However, it was a world war, and as a young man, underage no longer, there were no personal victories to be granted. The war came and went, and Elliot Marion, my grandfather, never saw Australia. Yet as a family, we never forgot his single wish.”Marion spoke about her family’s efforts to keep her grandfather’s memory alive through their visit to Australia several years ago, and about the importance of taking the time each year to remember fallen veterans.“Many veterans will never feel their homeland beneath their feet one last time before they fight for the freedom of the loved ones they left behind,” said Marion.
Carbon dating puts the age of the Sunken Forest at 3,600 years old. Local historian Alex Herlihy said he has heard around town others pondering the meaning behind the increased frequency of Sunken Forest appearances.
The most recent sighting "certainly suggests the ferocity of the storms, because I don't remember the last time they appeared so quickly," he said. Their visibility is one of the consequences of the changing weather dynamics and a reminder that so-called "100-year storms" are happening now far more frequently than once a century, she said.
Most of all, it is not, and will never be, just a day off.”Marion and several other students from Rye Elementary School and Rye Junior High were presented with awards after sharing their poems and essays with the assembled crowd.
Guest speaker Jim Willey, a Rye resident and decorated veteran, took the opportunity to highlight the contributions of Rye veterans dating back to the Revolutionary War, and to recognize the families that carry on their legacies.“This area that we live in right here around Rye and Portsmouth, we are rich in history of people who have made huge sacrifices, going back to the Revolutionary War, but through all the wars since,” said Willey.We have all type of personals, Christian singles, Catholic, Jewish singles, Atheists, Republicans, Democrats, pet lovers, cute Portsmouth women, handsome Portsmouth men, single parents, gay men, and lesbians.Free online dating in Portsmouth for all ages and ethnicities, including seniors, White, Black women and Black men, Asian, Latino, Latina, and everyone else.Mike Labrie, who lives on the beach and serves as a beach commissioner for the town, said it seems the Sunken Forest is visible more often than it was in the past.He said it used to appear only on rare occasions, but he has seen it at least three times in the past 10 years.Seemingly minute changes in coastal landscape could have major implications when it comes to storm patterns, climate, coastal properties and ecosystems, she said."Those are really big questions. "It applies to our marine, oceanic and atmospheric environment as much as it does to us. Meet loads of available single women in Portsmouth with Mingle2's Portsmouth dating services!Here's where you can meet singles in Portsmouth, New Hampshire.Our Rockingham County singles are in the 603 area code, and might live in these or other zip codes: 03801, 03803, 03804, or 03802 personals.“Memorial Day honors our fallen heroes and their families.It is a day to shoulder one ounce of the grief that may never be spoken and suffering much too terrible to name for the families they left behind. This sacred day on the last Monday in May is not an excuse for relaxation, a day for swimming pools to open, and the best barbecue of the season.