Sunday, June 14, 2009

Removing More Fence

Jennifer at work with the reciprocating saw again.

All gone. Because it was up against my neighbor Barb's stockade fence (a good neighbor, unlike the cretins directly behind my house who caused me to put up my stockade fence), weeds and trees grew between the two fences, intertwining with or climbing up them.
Here's what happens when an Asian Mulberry grows unchecked in your fence. We had at least three of these, plus a maple or two. They are nasty, filthy, weedy trees that grow like carp in Onondaga lake.


Anonymous said...

But do they glow in the dark?

Paul said...

No - all the pollution around here sloshes up and down the Hudson. We did get one Syracusan dumped in our reservoir, though.