I picked this up for $200.00, just so you all don't have to ask.
Oh and maybe I can also show you something else pretty cool.....anybody want to guess what that last picture is?
I started digging and found that the roots were very good. Steve had shovel cut the tree yearly and the tree had many fine roots close in. It also had some large roots that needed sawing or lopping with the pruner. Once I had the tree excavated, a quick saw cut across the tap root and it was free.
Just don't cut any of you fingers off or nail yourself to his house...being that distracted while using power tools can be dangerous. This tree will be a good one, Al.For the next several hours while I am working and everyone else is digging, I can think about what I might do with my new tree!
Have a good one, Al
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