- Sep 25, 2020
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Go redneck and shoot it down.We have one heck of a widow maker hanging up in the huge silver maple in the back yard. The only reason it hasn’t been tended to is because it is very securely lodged by a Y fork over another large branch. That and someone would have to climb the tree. There is no way to get a bucket truck or JLG back there to work on it from my yard or the neighbor’s.
It might take a 25 round box of shotgun slugs to make it happen and dealing with the police for shooting in town.Go redneck and shoot it down.
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Tie a knife to the branch, claim self defense. You'll be fine.It might take a 25 round box of shotgun slugs to make it happen and dealing with the police for shooting in town.
You can’t just pull it/them down with the ranger?The whole tree needs to come down... I need a bigger tractor to pull that off.
No, it is a pin oak with a 4’ diameter trunk.You can’t just pull it/them down with the ranger?
And that concept that lightning never strikes twice? I was Ground Zero for the Dunwoody tornado in 98, and I got hit by lightning again last year. Our place in the islands gets hit every other year...
Thats a job for a 2.9.No, it is a pin oak with a 4’ diameter trunk.
Park the 2.9 under it and wait for the inevitable fire to burn down the tree?Thats a job for a 2.9.
No the leaking antifreeze would kill it.Park the 2.9 under it and wait for the inevitable fire to burn down the tree?
Its already dying. I have heard sprinkling no iron around is supposed to help them though...No the leaking antifreeze would kill it.