[Ravensfort] Mowing, partial Tree Felling, and Ant Control
Dan Smith Jr
alaric at consolidated.net
Wed Sep 12 23:38:18 PDT 2007
Very good! I'm glad to hear that the tree is less of a worry.
Something I forgot to mention when I saw you on Saturday (this came from a
populace discussion) is that the land owners would like us to burn the large
pile of greenery that's accumulating beyond the archery field. I heard
rumor (again, at populace) that we may try to do it this weekend. The stuff
is VERY green, though. I just wanted to make sure you had wind of this.
I will be bringing my mower on Friday to touch-up the fine cutting. Thanks
abunch for knocking down the big stuff.
At the risk of having a shoe thrown at me...
DEADANT....DEADANT....DEADANT DEADANT DEADANT DEADANT DEADAAAAAAA.....DE DA
DE DOo deee....
(to the tune of "Pink Panther", of course...)
Pray to God, but row for shore.... (old russian proverb)
----- Original Message -----
From: "Kief av Kiersted" <sirkief at hotmail.com>
To: <alaric at consolidated.net>; <ravensfort at lists.ansteorra.org>
Sent: Thursday, September 13, 2007 1:24 AM
Subject: Mowing, partial Tree Felling, and Ant Control
> Heilsa Alaric and all...
> A good bit more of the site has been mowed...I am hoping that the (highly
> probable) heavy rain holds off long enough to accomplish more of the
> pasture cutting... In any case I think that 98% of the usual camping and
> activity areas have been mowed.
> One huge limb of the dying oak tree in Haus Kiersted camp has been felled.
> That should greatly reduce the risk from dangerous deadfall from that tree
> until it can be totally removed later...
> If the rains do come...the ant killing will have to put off until Friday
> morning... I will access the site as soon as I am able to kill as many of
> the mounds as possible. Please remember that fire ants like to climb to
> escape rising water and many mounds may be displaced by heavy
> rains...examine wood piles and other possible ant refuges before sitting
> or moving...
> More results later...
> Your good neighbor...
> Wæs Þu Hæl in TroÞ and FriÞ...!
> "Better the Hammer than the nail..."
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