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RE: New Garden Photos



<What is the tree that is in your yew walkway, photo 

#18?   What body of water are you so fortunate to border? > 


The tree trunks that you see are a huge yew, taxus, limbed up to expose the
inner structure.


I live on Long Island Sound. http://www.lisrc.uconn.edu/lisrc/mapview.asp.
I live on the north shore of the island about 1/3 of the way from the west.
See the peninsula with the very narrow neck? Only one way in and out of
here! I'm on the narrow neck.  Yes, we flood in bad storms.  We've had to
evacuate a couple of times.  Once my house was surrounded by water for two
weeks!  I found many belongings of my neighbors whose houses were flooded
when the water dissipated. We live in a somewhat protected harbor.



Northport, NY

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