Tuesday, 14 March 2017

More progress

The major item, in terms of making the block safe, today was the appearance of Guy from Climb-High Tree Services.  He came along to bonsai a tree which had developed a fair lean ...
 ...  and then had the base burnt about half through.  Apart from the risk of this landing on our heads I didn't want it falling on the new fence which is planned.
The ute was positioned ready for tugging if that was needed.  The pooch was in position to supervise proceedings!
 A new sense of getting a wedgie!
 Timber!!!
Tidy up.  Guy's subtending of the angle of the tree was perfect as the fence was completely undamaged,  He cut the tree up a bit as requested, but didn't have the time to block it completely.
 The next item was the appearance of Richard-the-sheds and Pat from A J Grant who needed to clarify some aspects of the shed work thats needed.

Then Paul from the Queanbeyan Çhainsaw shop appeared with my new ride-on mower!  I ask about ramps which he didn't need as the whole trailer tilts!
 Here's the mower in its home!

2 comments:

Murray Cameron said...

Glad to see your ecosystem is in recovery. We're getting hit with another 25cm of the white stuff today - my cat is totally pissed off!

Flabmeister said...

Murray

I'm sure you recall that I actually love snow! Sorry about your cat's feelings!

How do maples recover from fire? We have a couple in the garden and one, Japanese rather than a true variety,in a pot. They're looking a bit unhappy right now.

Martin