mulberry RIP

it's done,
after 4-6 years of arguments, fights, cajolings etc, she got a gigantic portable cherry picker, and 8-10 good friends, as watched the gigantic 30+ yo Mulberry (bush/tree) shaved and cut. It's like 3-4 pickup truck loads... I gave up 1/2 of it, the deck and roof side... the tree still gives shade and berries, but no longer upon our rotting roof and ever- stained deck. It was/is a real job. The hydrolic picker *is* ver impressive and big ($240/day) and still sits by our house awaiting resolution about whether to do the whole-thing, which i don't want... that's another story.. but realize that a "tree" some 100+ft high really takes alot of pickup truck loads to move, and although theoretically seems like a simple thing, when you physically gotta move them limbs and branches, it's a real job. Thanks bunches that i have friends that know what they're doing! Now i gotta think about doing our cedar+1 asphalt shingle roof (60deg)... i got 6-10 months to think about it. Maybe the Mulberry tree was really no my friend, but gosh i loved it's berries and shade... while she hated its stained deck, and our dogs bringing it in the house. Compromise?
notes on ridding your house of apparent problems...
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