The remaining log is about 9 feet long and looks like a great eyed creature.
We figured our big rig friend, Jimmy, wasn’t going to return to get the shorter (but wider) second tree, so Charlie started sawing it himself.
After the first cuts were made Charlie and son rolled the log so it could be sawn through. Each section weighs over 100 pounds and will be split for firewood.
We’ll be working on the remaining giant root over time but for now we’ve made a planting and have hope that our myriad trees will stand upright for a long time. Here’s where we started.
Here’s where we are now.
Another vestige of Hurricane Irene GONE!
Do you hang on to old disasters?