When large trees are cut down they leave large stumps.

This tree was cut down after a large limb fell where Charlie had been splitting wood.

We were forced to remove the tree near the woodshed when we discovered it was hollow.

The stump in the middle of the picture is about 3 feet in diameter.

This enormous stump might have made a great natural planter.

Most of the stump had rotted away.

Charlie is systematically removing the stumps in the yard even though it dulls the blade on the chainsaw.

Less than half a stump remains.

Going, going .  .  .

The stump is just a memory.


What has you stumped?

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