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Re: Busy weekend

In a message dated 1/10/06 5:47:48 AM, gossiper@sbcglobal.net writes:

> I like the way trees look when they have lower
> branches-

The short joke here is I trim trees so I can walk under them.   That of 
course comes from my husband.
     If the trees are big enough you would hit your head then they are bigger 
than I guessed when you said the 2nd season.   Instruction ISU gives is you 
should not trim the 1st year unless you have damaged or rubbing limbs.
     I wish I were close enough to stop by and help.   Wouldn't we have a 
great time!   I have great pruning tools & a BIG ladder.

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