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Trees And The Wind, In Pyeongchang

The wind roared in from Siberia, toppling concession stands and security scanners. These huge gusts led NPR's team to realize why so many trees in the area have elaborate support systems.
Everywhere we've gone here, we see trees getting help ... Source: Bill Chappell

We expected the cold. It was, after all, the Winter Olympics.

But the wind is what has made an impression on many of

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