This is always the thing you want to see when you look
at your giant, leaning tree that is near the driveway.
It's only a matter of time.
Then, will it fall or get hung up in all the other trees in its path?
We had a similar situation with another large tree
on the other side of the front yard. A storm came
through that left the torn and twisted top hanging from
the top. Finally storm #2 came through and took about
half of it down. With the help of a ladder, the other half might
just be low enough to attach a chain to it and pull it away with the tractor.
Taylor, our granddaughter, is very helpful.
She always offers to drive the four wheeler when there
is work to be done! I am not certain she realizes
she's doing any work though based on her big smile.
There are a few other large limbs hanging on so
you need to be mindful of them as you walk about.
Cousin Gabe discovered the window had been shattered
in the camper and glass all over the ground. This side
faces away from the house so we had not noticed it.
We're not done with Spring storms, there should be
some big ones in May and June. My work location is
moving a mile farther up the road. After 15 years of covered parking,
we will be in a regular parking lot. I've never had covered
parking in the past but you sure do get spoiled
with the little perks like covered parking
and a tunnel into the building to stay out of the elements.
I guess I'll have to get one of those sunshades because
I have a black interior and it will surely be hot.