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Living After Heartbreak

Lessons from Yellowstone National Park

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If you journey into Yellowstone National Park, you will inevitably come across thousands of Lodgepole pine trees. This particular evergreen covers eighty percent of the forest and also has something called a serotinous cone.

What is a serotinous cone, exactly?




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Megan Minutillo

Megan Minutillo

Essayist, poet, and theatre producer. I write stories about self-awareness, IVF, and finding your footing in life’s messy moments. Instagram: @meganminutillo.

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