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    Sunday, May 19, 2002  

    Trees

    May has been a little bit of a tree month. Mt Abbey needed a tree removed. And there was lots of enthusiasm by the neighbor about that. And today I took out the dead fruit tree in our back yard. Sophia wants to use the dried branches for an arbor. I sawed off three or four large branches to leave basically one stalk. I got the last one to fall properly, not taking out the existing metal arbor. That left the stump. I had left it high for leverage but expected to have to dig down quite for and hack at the roots before it would fall. A foot ring around the base was all it took. Now all I have to do is decide what type of tree should replace it. A big oak? Something that will grow faster?

    I had to use Dictionary.com in order to figure out what I meant: not armour. not properly arbour. etc.

    And finally I have my Sun Blade server back up and running. Unfortunately I have forgotten the root password.

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