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Saturday, May 22, 2010

The Tree is Gone

The tree that split apart is just a memory, now.  Monday morning John was talking to a friend about John taking over their club's website because the person currently doing it is having health problems.  John said sure, and by the way, do you know anybody who does tree removals?  Jim said his wife's son did.  The son and a friend came out two hours later.  They had the tree cut in pieces in 7 minutes - I timed it.  An hour later, they had drug the sections to the street, cut them up more, threw them in the back of the truck, cleaned up all the debris, and loaded all their equipment.  Absolutely amazing.  They'll come back when the ground and wood dry out and take the stump out. John had gotten a replacement fence section that morning, and we replaced it in 5 minutes.  After all that work, I had to be taken out to dinner with our friends, Hank and Darlene.


  1. 7 minutes? Wow! Does he do handyman work? I can't even get someone to show up! LOL.

  2. Barb, I've been reading along and was surprised to see that Hank and I made your blog. You really got some great photo's of your "babies" on here. I especially enjoyed watching the short video of your "stunt kitties". They are too cute. Tell John he did a great job of directing and shooting the scene. Dar