At 4/3/2021 12:16 PM, Jim wrote:
>For several reasons, my lawn and shrubbery had gotten out of control. Finally,
>my yard guy was healthy and found some help, and the weather was beautiful but
>cold, so he arrived early and put in a 10-hour day, thanks to daylight saving
>time. He worked wonders, but my neighbor's downed pine tree from the ice storm
>remains to be removed so the fence can be repaired.Â I selected four images
>just to show I'm no longer a slob with overgrown bushes.
>The front, seen from the upper side of the lot:
>I'm on the corner next to a country road, and the street is not perpendicular,
>so the lot is wide at the front and narrow at the rear. This is from the
>These boxwoods are fresh from the Boxwood Barber:
>And the downed pine tree and fence repair remains toÂ be done:
>I can now quit apologizing for the bushes!
I don't think anyone on the list would consider you a slob. Certainly not me.
If I was you neighbor I'd come over with my chain saw and help with the pine
tree. I've had my share of tree cutting and climbing. And vine removal. Poison
And I thought moving to AZ I would no longer have to do a lot of yard work. I
guess no matter where you live, if you have a house and a yard there are home
owner projects that never end. Now I'm a bit of a slob and I don't have any
I hear the cicadas are going to be prolific this year. Perhaps you can capture
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/