The Storm called Fiona has been and gone, leaving a trail of damage as is the wont with these storms. We were lucky. After threatening to move inland, she veered back to sea, wreaking record damage along the coasts of all 5 of the Canadian provinces on our Atlantic coast. Clean up operations have commenced.
|I want to thank the Major for his expertise, and you men for...'volunteering'... to work together during this truce. Your first task is going to be to remove this tree from the shed roof and convert it to firewood. Any questions?|
As I said, we got lucky and had minimal damage, most of which has now been taken care of, apart from bits of missing roofing on the garden/tool shed, ....... and this, which will be dealt with when my new, slightly bigger, chainsaw gets here. My old one is too cranky, and too addicted to throwing the chain, to be safe and efficient for this task:
|We were sooooooooooo lucky! There are bigger trees, closer to the actual house that could have done serious damage. (They've been on the 'should do something about' list for some 17 years now....)|