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Wow what a beautiful tree, I love the Delicious monsters, etc. growing up the trunk. I miss the Zululand gardens, but it is a of of work to keep under control.
Ample proof of that in a post reflecting what has recently kept me out of mischief, which should come up soon.
Up a tree with a chainsaw? Were you hiding, waiting patiently for someone to pass by so you could jump out and scrae the daylights out of them?
Chainsaws are for letting daylight into them rather than for scaring! Anyway, my aim was to branch out in the leaf prevention business.
Hmmmmmm, good plan – do you have to tie yourself to the tree when you are up there – like before you let rip and make the branches fall off and stuff?
Rather foolishly, perhaps, I rely on balance and survival instinct!
Really? Okay, just posted a pic reflecting balance for you, enjoy 🙂
That’s a very big tree you’ve climbed! I hope those little darlings weren’t up in that one! 🙂
🙂 I had to do it holding a chainsaw, too!
No, they started on a slightly less challenging version!
Fabulous tree . . . but shot #3 is the BESTEST! 😀
How can I compete?
If memory serves, you fell out of this tree I am sure. That was what caused all the problems. But we don’t talk about them here, right? 😉
I did NOT fall out of the tree. I climbed down, and then figured out how to use tools and invent things and such.
You could call it your “Family Tree” 🙂
Can’t do that – I’d be arrested for cutting off so many branches! 🙂
Tarzan has nothing on you, Col. Great pics for the challenge. 🙂
Wow! Wow! Wow! What a fabulous tree.
Beautiful tree and photo’s Col. 🙂
Lovely “up” pics, Col 🙂
I love this 🙂 And you have a meercat’s grin, Col!
If that tree wasn’t right by the pool, it would have been perfect!
ahhh i see you have this format thing in word press down. nice layout
very jealous about the big tree. love big trees. esp ones with birds in
I want that tree in my garden!
I have it in mine, and it is a bit of a pest with needing to be cut back, and dropping great big leaves into the pool!
You have that tree….AND a pool! – you’re not aloud to complain, haha
Gorgeous Durban gardens *sigh*.
Trouble is, as with that tree of mine, they are hard work!
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