November 21, 2011

Good Thing We Didn't Spend A Lot On That Fence

Before:
And After:
Good thing we didn't spend $3000 $2000 $1000......Ahem. Let's start over: Good thing we spent about $500 on that fence! Also? I get to rethink the ENTIRE back flower bed due to the sudden and abundant amount of sun the area will now receive. Also? Everyone is okay.

13 comments:

  1. Oh man. That's a tough one to deal with. I'm glad no one was hurt. How old was that tree? It was magnificent. I'm thinking fast-growing evergreens? (I can't help with type because I'm in the south and you're obviously not).

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  2. Oh wow! Glad no one got hurt!

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  3. Not sure what to say other than that really sucks!

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  4. I guess a situation like this is where that expression about the 'best laid plans' came from! O_O ...Glad everyone is okay.

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  5. Oh no! That's just tragic ... that tree was beautiful! Was it the wind?

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  6. Oh man, that sucks! Will your insurance cover the damage?

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  7. Oh no! That really does suck, I'm glad no one got hurt though!

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  8. Hi Jenn! It was that awful storm we got in the Northeast right before Halloween.

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  9. Mother Nature should be arrested for child abuse...

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  10. Holy cow! Well I'm glad no one was hurt. At least switching from shade to sun is easier than the other way around. Many shade plants do OK or better with more sun.

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  11. Oh my goodness, that's awful. I'm so glad no one was hurt! I agree with the other commenter who said fast-growing trees! Birches are nice, or you could go with the Zelkova (japanese elm) they're beautiful and grow pretty well!

    ~Angela~

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  12. That? Is impressive. It is always fun to stop by and see how the renovations are going.

    PS I am following you on twitter now via flgirlnewlife so I can keep better track of you.

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