Back to Heights of Endeavour

Returning to my pruning expedition earlier, here we have granddaughter’s picture of me after having gone beyond the top of the ladder, set next to a repeat view of the ladder alone. Undergoing another form of tree-t-meant?

© June 2019 Colonialist

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Active septic geranium who plays with words writing fantasy novels and professionally editing, with notes writing classical music, and with riding a mountain bike, horses and dinghies. Recently Indie Publishing has been added to this list.
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15 Responses to Back to Heights of Endeavour

  1. You look quite at home up there, must be something to do with the local fauna in your neck of the woods


  2. Lizzie Ross says:

    Snakes in trees! Not a concern here in NYC, so I’m impressed by your calm.


  3. disperser says:

    I see you’re branching out . . . I’d leaf that to others, not because I wouldn’t enjoy it, but because my wife would object.

    Although, I manage to do lots of intrepid stuff around the house. Me and ladders are well acquainted.

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  4. colonialist says:

    I don’t quite have the same sublime confidence as of old, I must admit.


  5. Arkenaten says:

    Not something I enjoy very much these days. vertiginous exploits give me the collywobbles big time.

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  6. SueW says:

    I begin to panic when I’m two steps up to clean the inside of the windows! Very brave of you!

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  7. Colline says:

    A brave endeavour. I could not go up to those heights.

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  8. Roy Lando says:

    Just be careful…i used to climb trees in my youth and one time a branch broke. Fortunately I did not fell to the ground.

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