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Saturday, 02 February 2008

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Thimbleanna

Oh, how sad about your tree. It will probably take a long time for you to get used to the gap in your landscape. I've always loved the kaleidoscope block and would like to make one someday.

Eugene Caul

Thank goodness the boys weren't there! What happened to the car? It's a good thing that no one was hurt. Such accidents can cause serious damage! I feel bad for the tree though. =(

Santo Caridine

It's a shame that the tree had to go like that. It's a shocking occasion, and it's great that no one was hurt, since a falling tree can cause a lot of damage to property.

Norbert Floth

It’s a good thing no one was near the tree when it fell, and that the damage to the car was minimal and reversible. The way I see it, you (and your new roof!) were lucky! Phew! Shame that part of the tree has to go, though. At least a similar incident can’t happen again with no more branch there.

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