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COMPLETELY RANDOM 28 Nov 2022 00:25 #123598

Looks like years of good bonfire material to me.
1952 Deluxe Runabout 1963 Gale 40hp
1959 Deluxe Clipper 1973 Merc 500 50hp

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COMPLETELY RANDOM 27 Nov 2022 23:53 #123596

They can grind it up but it’s not cheap.
“There’s always more than you know”.
Tommy Prine

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COMPLETELY RANDOM 27 Nov 2022 23:31 #123595

No Ray I'm not going to do it myself. My brother actually cut more than I was planning when I wasn't looking. I have a second estimate that does include hauling it off and is half of the first quote. Insurance coverage requires the tree to be on the house and even then I have a $2,500. hurricane deductible. Not on the house they might pay $500. The root ball may be the toughest part.
Mike
1950 Skipper on Holsclaw Boat Roadster trailer
1954 Skipper w/ ’54 Johnson 10hp
1954 Deluxe Runabout w/ ’54 Johnson 25hp
1954 Vagabond w/ '57 Johnson 35hp
1955 Alumacraft FD on a Gator trailer
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COMPLETELY RANDOM 27 Nov 2022 23:17 #123594

Are you going to do it yourself? I couldn’t and wouldn’t have tried it. Will insurance kick in anything?
I hit the Daytona Turkey Rod Run for a few years, quite a party, amazing cars everywhere!
“There’s always more than you know”.
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COMPLETELY RANDOM 27 Nov 2022 23:07 #123591

Spent the last ten days in the woods. Got a lot done! Cleared the driveway, canal and did what we could at ground level on the mighty oak. Power company did route the power line to the house back through the tree. They will have to come back. The first professional tree company quoted $7,000. and that did not include hauling it away.
I did squeeze in some fun with a day at an outboard meet and another day at the Turkey Rod Run at the Daytona International Speedway.

 
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1950 Skipper on Holsclaw Boat Roadster trailer
1954 Skipper w/ ’54 Johnson 10hp
1954 Deluxe Runabout w/ ’54 Johnson 25hp
1954 Vagabond w/ '57 Johnson 35hp
1955 Alumacraft FD on a Gator trailer
1956 Alumacraft FD

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COMPLETELY RANDOM 27 Nov 2022 05:12 #123588

I love this time of year.  Family and friends and a bad-ass grandson.  Love you Sawyer ! 

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COMPLETELY RANDOM 25 Nov 2022 19:54 #123577

We've had a little rain and the pecan are dropping!

....and Wascal, our cat. This tree yields small pecans and they are not 'paper shell' like a good grafted variety would bear. Kind of a tough nut to crack, if you get my drift. 

 

 

 
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COMPLETELY RANDOM 24 Nov 2022 13:20 #123568

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COMPLETELY RANDOM 24 Nov 2022 01:42 #123567

I wondered why I was mesmerized. 
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COMPLETELY RANDOM 24 Nov 2022 01:12 #123566

A few years ago I heard a lot of racket out in the woods, when I investigated there was a bunch of turkeys going around and around in a circle. They were making quiet a commotion. They seemed to chasing each other. It looked like some sort of ritual. I was able to observe them because they were across a ravine and I could see them without getting close.


Joe what you saw was a turkey mating ritual.

Good thing you got out of there.

They were trying to draw you in!

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