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Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Tree Removal

I'll go into more detail on a new Smith Activities webpage, but here is a quick update on the tree removal that occurred, without incident, today. Sad, but necessary. Here was the sad looking tree before - like seen yesterday out the window with the humming bird... it did come back, this afternoon, without the tree. Whew! ;-)

They came with chain saws and heavy-duty chipper. It could handle up to about 5-6 inch branches, whole....

Then, the boss came with the stump remover - more chips - no tree. Bare cabin left behind.

It was a very good, if sad, day! ;-)

1 comment:

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