Cutting the Tree Before Hurricane Coming – Part 2

Wednesday, August 10, 2022

You may read the previous post (Part 1):

- Cutting the Tree Before Hurricane Coming – Part 1 | Tanza Erlambang Update



Fig 01- Special truck ready to cut the trees


In addition to strong wind, hurricane could cause surge along coastline up to 3.4 m (11 feet).


Then, followed by long rainfall which could be days. Sure, the result might be flooding everywhere.


We wonder whether our trees could stand up by this kind of hurricane, thus we call a tree removal, pruning or trimming company in our city.



Fig 02- A fallen tree after hurricane, illustration



Fig 03- A squirrel loves to play under trees



Fig 04- Cutting into pieces.


The company sent a truck with special equipment. It was take several hours only (less than a day):

- to cut trees down

- chopping the trunk (log) into pieces

- clean all debris

- haul the woods away

- or store the pieces for using in cold winter


Hopefully, we could replace the removal trees to new ones (baby trees) in the next near future.


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33 comments:

  1. ...proper tree maintenance is a must.

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    1. Yes....

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  2. Good the trees are cut down for hurricane.

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  3. You need to do what you gotta do.
    xoxo
    Lovely
    www.mynameislovely.com

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Cutting the Tree Before Hurricane Coming – Part 2
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      Fig 01- Special truck ready to cut the trees

      In addition to strong wind, hurricane could cause surge along coastline up to 3.4 m (11 feet).

      Then, followed by long rainfall which could be days. Sure, the result might be flooding everywhere.

      We wonder whether our trees could stand up by this kind of hurricane, thus we call a tree removal, pruning or trimming company in our city.

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  5. That sounds like a great plan. Although, I am too far inland for a hurricane, we have had some straight wind storms that have damaged some of the old neighborhoods. Always great to stay on top of these things if you can. However, not everyone can afford it.

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    1. I see....

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      Cutting the Tree Before Hurricane Coming – Part 2
      -
      Fig 04- Cutting into pieces.

      The company sent a truck with special equipment. It was take several hours only (less than a day):
      - to cut trees down
      - chopping the trunk (log) into pieces
      - clean all debris
      - haul the woods away
      - or store the pieces for using in cold winter

      Hopefully, we could replace the removal trees to new ones (baby trees) in the next near future.

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      - WHY INCOME ANNUITY IS GETTING FAVORITE? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE
      - WHY 3 BILLION BIRDS HAVE LOST IN NORTH AMERICA? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE
      - HOW LIPOTOXICITY RELATE TO DIABETES? - DIABETES 6 | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE

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  6. All the best getting it done. Our trees are such beautiful canopies on the street. Although, we have a lot less of them, due to winter storms that have hurt them over the years. They aren't as strong as they used to be. Some might be hollowed out and now the homes for raccoons. As of late, the prairie dogs have been coming out and climbing the trees too. It is a shock to see something that big in a tree, but it's happening.

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    1. aww.... raccoon is dangerous critter... take care.....

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      Cutting the Tree Before Hurricane Coming – Part 2
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  7. Trees are epic. Great that you can replace them. Good going.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Cutting the Tree Before Hurricane Coming – Part 2
      -
      Fig 01- Special truck ready to cut the trees

      In addition to strong wind, hurricane could cause surge along coastline up to 3.4 m (11 feet).

      Then, followed by long rainfall which could be days. Sure, the result might be flooding everywhere.

      We wonder whether our trees could stand up by this kind of hurricane, thus we call a tree removal, pruning or trimming company in our city.

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  8. All the best at getting this done. Good time to do it before Hurricane season starts. Go you!

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Cutting the Tree Before Hurricane Coming – Part 2
      -
      Fig 04- Cutting into pieces.

      The company sent a truck with special equipment. It was take several hours only (less than a day):
      - to cut trees down
      - chopping the trunk (log) into pieces
      - clean all debris
      - haul the woods away
      - or store the pieces for using in cold winter

      Hopefully, we could replace the removal trees to new ones (baby trees) in the next near future.

      # Previous postings:
      - EFFECT OF METABOLIC ON BETA CELLS IN THE PANCREAS - DIABETES 5 |
      - WHY INCOME ANNUITY IS GETTING FAVORITE? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE
      - WHY 3 BILLION BIRDS HAVE LOST IN NORTH AMERICA? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE
      - HOW LIPOTOXICITY RELATE TO DIABETES? - DIABETES 6 | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE

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  9. Great that you can replace the trees.
    Have a nice day.

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    1. yes,

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      Cutting the Tree Before Hurricane Coming – Part 2
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  10. With us, a new tree has to be planted for each tree cut down.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Cutting the Tree Before Hurricane Coming – Part 2
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      You may read the previous post (Part 1):
      - CUTTING THE TREE BEFORE HURRICANE COMING – PART 1 | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE

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    2. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Cutting the Tree Before Hurricane Coming – Part 2
      -
      You may read the previous post (Part 1):
      - CUTTING THE TREE BEFORE HURRICANE COMING – PART 1 | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE

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  11. Love the squirrel :-) Have a nice weekend!

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Cutting the Tree Before Hurricane Coming – Part 2
      -
      Fig 01- Special truck ready to cut the trees

      In addition to strong wind, hurricane could cause surge along coastline up to 3.4 m (11 feet).

      Then, followed by long rainfall which could be days. Sure, the result might be flooding everywhere.

      We wonder whether our trees could stand up by this kind of hurricane, thus we call a tree removal, pruning or trimming company in our city.

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  12. Good thing you can plant new trees!
    xoxo

    marisasclosetblog.com

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Cutting the Tree Before Hurricane Coming – Part 2
      -
      Fig 04- Cutting into pieces.

      The company sent a truck with special equipment. It was take several hours only (less than a day):
      - to cut trees down
      - chopping the trunk (log) into pieces
      - clean all debris
      - haul the woods away
      - or store the pieces for using in cold winter

      Hopefully, we could replace the removal trees to new ones (baby trees) in the next near future.

      # Previous postings:
      - EFFECT OF METABOLIC ON BETA CELLS IN THE PANCREAS - DIABETES 5 |
      - WHY INCOME ANNUITY IS GETTING FAVORITE? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE
      - WHY 3 BILLION BIRDS HAVE LOST IN NORTH AMERICA? | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE
      - HOW LIPOTOXICITY RELATE TO DIABETES? - DIABETES 6 | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE

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  13. Unfortunately, this is what you have to do. When we had a bad winter storm the other year the neighborhood lost 12 trees! It was such a shame.

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    1. you are absolutely right...

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      Cutting the Tree Before Hurricane Coming – Part 2
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      - CUTTING THE TREE BEFORE HURRICANE COMING – PART 1 | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE

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  14. “Thank you so much for sharing all this great information with the how-to! It is so appreciated!” Wishing you a wonderful weekend, my friend!

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Cutting the Tree Before Hurricane Coming – Part 2
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      You may read the previous post (Part 1):
      - CUTTING THE TREE BEFORE HURRICANE COMING – PART 1 | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE

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  15. Cute squirrel. It is a good idea to take down and or trim the trees before a storm. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, enjoy your day. Have a great new week!

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  16. There's a lot to get done! We take it seriously in this part of Florida and always want to be ready.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Cutting the Tree Before Hurricane Coming – Part 2
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      You may read the previous post (Part 1):
      - CUTTING THE TREE BEFORE HURRICANE COMING – PART 1 | TANZA ERLAMBANG UPDATE

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