Water Front Property, Part II


A Tree Funeral

Overnight the water rose up to the other bed of trees we planted, which means the water crept over five feet.  So now all ten baby white pines’ fate is doomed.  

The bed I photographed yesterday is completely submerged and frozen.  Keep in mind that the trees are a good ten inches tall and their stakes are fifteen inches tall.  

I would like to repeat that we were very fortunate down here south of Worcester!  We are not suffering from the loss of power and devastation that much of the state is dealing with.  

I am just so saddened about the loss of our trees.  See my post about when we planted them here. 
And here’s another one too.

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