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Friday, January 12, 2007

Left, is the two trees with the crane in place




I am finally able to write coherently about our adventure in Finland. So far, it is too long to post as one part, so I am trying to divide it into reasonable units for the blog. Today I just want to show some pictures. Just before we went to Finland I posted pictures of a lightning-struck tree in the yard, and I have already talked about getting the tree (actually, it turned out that there were two trees that had been killed) removed. Here are pictures of the removal. I thought you might be interested. If you are really familiar with this process, skip this and wait for the Finland posts.

1 Comments:

At 10:15 AM, Blogger Kathleen said...

That is a job I would never want! My father was a lumberjack in northern California the summer before college. He had tails of how dangerous the job proved to be for a couple of guys who lost their attention to detail.

I bet you are glad the trees are down. The amount of wood is suprising to see once it is on the ground. That could heat a house for a winter or two.

I am looking forward to more accounts of the Finland trip.

Hope you are having a wonderful weekend.

 

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