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The Fallen Bough

Category: Barn Conversion Journal June 21st, 2012 by mbc

Earlier in the year, with much help from a neighbour I cut-down a partly fallen bough from the large Scots pine tree that stands at the top of the yard. It was damaged during a storm last autumn when high winds caused a large bough from about two-thirds of the way up the tree to break and partially fall.

I was going to go into a long, lengthy and inevitably dull narrative about how we dealt with it, but I think the following three pictures tell the story far better. I’ll just add that pictures of a Land Rover, lengths of rope pinging under stress and an ably wielded chainsaw could have been inserted between the second and third pictures, if anyone had thought to take them…

From Barn Conversion 2012
From Barn Conversion 2012
From Barn Conversion 2012

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