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Posted by medontdo 5b Ks (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 28, 09 at 12:39

so the tree people came thru and are cutting down lots of tree,s! i mean LOTS so me being the freakish person i am, i asked if i could have the chisp from two of the loads! Hee Hee, well, i got two loads, WOW!! these loads are taller then me!! i'm like 5'2 if i'm lucky!! LOL well with gravity i think i'm gettn shorter!! LOL and man i thinki'm in heaven!! the first will go around the tree's, then what's left will go in the beds. :') if i need more they will be here all next week too!! i have a HUGE yard!! :') ~medo

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RE: score!!!

my husband owns a stump grinder but nobody's spending money to grind stumps so I haven't had chips for ages

RE: score!!!

if you lived close to town and they were doing tree cutting, you could ask them. of course here, they weren't cutting on any walnut tree's so that wasn't a problem. :') i have a walnut tree i'd love to get rid of mainly because its too close to the house. and a mulberry tree that has another one that has grown together with the mulberry its diseased now, and i'm really afraid it will fall on the house. its too huge. ~medo

RE: score!!!

SWEET! Awesome for you honey! :) :) :)

RE: score!!!

Yes that IS a fabulous score- Congrats!

Diseased trees probably should be removed, especially cause they can attract carpenter ants, wood beetles and termites, any of which can do horrendous damage to a home's wooden foundation. Hope u do get round to removing it soon!!

Unless the walnut tree 'too close to the house' is actually threatening to crack or otherwise harm your foundation-- trees close to the house do provide valuable shade to lower cooling bills in Summertime.

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