Tuesday, March 10, 2009
One of the great mysteries in Eastern PA is why people continue to plant pine trees in close proximity to buildings and roads. Pine trees, at least the Scotch variety, grow fast. In twenty years, hardly a tick of the clock, treewise, they can be towering over local houses. Then they fall down.
Why do they fall down? Shallow roots.
So I'm sure the owner of my house who planeted this tree below some utility lines never considered another resident would have to pay to have the #$#$#!!! tree removed. Here are our very own ax men, Lindsay Tree Removal, at work.
Posted by Tim Mayer at 8:07 PM