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11. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 8y

Something to plant... Hmmm... I think we have just the place for it. We have a rather sizable hole in our front yard which we thought was part of the groundhog's tunnel system. It just didn't have the telltale mounds of dirt around it and then we discovered it's just a hole, not a tunnel. We think the roots of an old tree that had been cut down rotted away, leaving a "sinkhole". It's the perfect size for a new tree. We plan to fill it in soon but now that you mention something to plant...

We look forward to seeing you whenever you get this way. Our property is covered in a variety of trees - you'll like it. Until then, enjoy Canada. The trees were still green in early September when we met with Tina and the gang. Head north first for color.


As for the man in Croatia. Wow - he meant what he said. Don't mess with someone's "tree of life"!

[ Edit: Edited on Aug 21, 2008, at 4:54 AM by Isadora ]

12. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 8y

Quoting Isadora

The trees were still green in early September when we met with Tina and the gang.

Ooo--you make me sound like a pop star!

Celebrate red trees--come on!

And the poor man and his tree of life. :( Guess he really only had that left to hold on to.

13. Posted by samsara_ (Travel Guru 5353 posts) 8y

Quoting Utrecht

Quoting samsara2

Okay, I'm weird...I have a thing about if only I could get that excited about men, everything would be sweet

This old guy had a thing with trees as well

Currently reading this book which is on the bestseller list in Canada. It's absolutely fascinating, and for anyone with an interest in trees it's a must read.

Just thought I'd share it. :)

14. Posted by ssshauna (Budding Member 4 posts) 8y

There's already been 30 cm of snow in Saskatchewan! Could be a frosty year, though BC will be much more mild than the praries.

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