It's been a year since the deadliest landslide in U.S. history destroyed dozens of homes with a loss of 43 lives in the community of Oso (TNT, 3-22). It is altogether fitting that the survivors gathered to commemorate all that happened, licked their wounds and moved forward.
Fortunately, people who live in small enclaves like that are generally resilient and tend to get back on their feet fast. These individuals will typically make the best of things when dealt the worst of things.
As they say: Oso strong!