Wednesday, July 21, 2010

And Away It Goes!














Now we have to decide if we want to cut the rest of it down or hat rack it. If we get another severe storm it more than likely will fall in the direction of our neighbors house. And that would not be good. We just love this tree even though it can be messy.

9 comments:

Brynwood Needleworks said...

Hi Terri:
That's quite the impressive willow. I'd have a hard time cutting it down, too! xoxo Donna

Diane said...

YIKES! Pretty tree.....
Come on by I am having a giveaway!
xoxo
Diane
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Lynn Stevens said...

A beautiful tree and a tough decision!

Her Art Nest said...

We used to have a huge willow in our older home. They are scary during the "ice storms" because they can crack in an instant. Sometimes you just have to let go. Sorry it had to be cut down considering it must have given you a huge shaded space in the summer. Take care, Nance

The Scrappy Bug said...

What a shame. Willows are so beautiful. But you had not choice.

Pretty Things said...

Wow! And I know how expensive it is to pull a tree down. I had a huge dead tree that was 3/4 on my property, and before I moved in, the previous owners fought over who should pay. I moved in and had it taken out -- sure didn't want to have it hit either of our houses!

Rebecca said...

That is ONE ENORMOUS TREE! Amazing how they can grow!

Love the tags my friend. Fabulous!

xoRebecca

ANULAL said...

You are loving woman. Cares for the nature and every thing around you.. But if it is a real threat to your neighbour...then I think better to do something, like cutting it down.(and Nice pictures...)

Beedeebabee said...

That looks like a weeping willow tree. I love those! We used to have a really big one in the yard when I was growing up. They are just so beautiful! I hope you don't have to cut it all down. xo Paulette