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Archer/Bronson, FL
(Zone 8b)

April 20, 2006
11:19 AM

Post #2204772

I have all kinds of little statues and things I brought when I moved up from Lauderdale which are scattered about the yard and gardens.

On 5 acres with lots of trees you find it necessary to chop down a few. There are some interesting formations on many of them so this is what we did.

We had to take this tree down because it was mostly hollow. Very dangerous in a big wind. Rather than dig out the stump, we'll use it as a planter until it decomposes.

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