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This year not only trimming off last year's growth, cutting back some old growth on the crepe myrtle trees. Make it easier in following years.

Laying aside some of the hard wood for making a couple of bullet starter T's for muzzleloading, and a couple of fairly similar T "lure retrievers" for trout fishing. Will help make up for the year I missed.
 

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I will trade Shoveling my driveway for your tree trimming
 

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Ha, you either get one or the other. I traveled and carried a shovel in my vehicle trunk. Buffalo and Rochester winter seems like yesterday. I do remember Oswego. I don't miss Syracuse in winter.
Lot of folks probably moving south from north Georgia next winter.
Those thirty degree days can be rank and raw. Florida is the next state down. I don't get any neighbors to volunteer to help. And it must bother some who see me walking nearly every day. Some folks just disappear when it hits fifty degrees. For them, weight training can wait til spring.
 
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