Ben Woodward looks up at a sign commemorating the moment of the Oso mudslide on Monday, April 21, 2014. The wooden memorial was attached to a towering spruce tree, one of the few in the debris field left standing after the disaster. The 22nd is the one month anniversary of the mudslide that killed a confirmed 41 people. Two are still on the missing person list.
Ben Woodward looks up at a sign commemorating the moment of the Oso mudslide on Monday, April 21, 2014. The wooden memorial was attached to a towering spruce tree, one of the few in the debris field left standing after the disaster. The 22nd is the one month anniversary of the mudslide that killed a confirmed 41 people. Two are still on the missing person list. SEATTLEPI.COM
Ben Woodward looks up at a sign commemorating the moment of the Oso mudslide on Monday, April 21, 2014. The wooden memorial was attached to a towering spruce tree, one of the few in the debris field left standing after the disaster. The 22nd is the one month anniversary of the mudslide that killed a confirmed 41 people. Two are still on the missing person list. SEATTLEPI.COM

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