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Blue Fan Palm Trimmed – Steve Worn Out – Ten Hours of Hard Work Standing on a Ladder – And Carrying Palm Fronds to the Curb for Pickup – Is This Another Saguaro Cactus – Yes –

There is the Blue Fan Palm with all the lower branches trimmed away. Ten hours of tree trimming and hauling palm fronds to the curb has exhausted Steve. It is possible for Steve’s energy to run out. Who would’a thought. … Continue reading

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I’m Glad to Help with Gardening – The Work Is Overwhelming until We Get Caught Up – I’m Not Used to Being This Busy – Steve Never Slows Down – He Hated Waiting for His Hip to Heal So He Could Start Back to Work – Gardening Is Temporary Work for Me – SMILE – I Can’t Wait to Take It Easy Again –

There he is trimming the Blue Fan Palm again. After he spent three hours on the palm, he cut up the Little John bush the cactus killed as it crashed to the ground. Multiplication is Steve’s┬ábest┬ámathematical skill. He multiplies his … Continue reading

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Look at that Stack of Cactus – We Went Out Saturday with Our Friends – When We Returned – Our Neighbors Had Completely Finished the Cactus Removal Job for Us – What Amazing Neighbors – Steve Is Freed to Accomplish Other Tasks – Like Trimming this Palms Tree –

  What a sweet surprise Saturday afternoon as we approached our home and saw the cactus piled at the curb and the yard completely free of cactus debris! What a lot of work that was! We are thankful. It was … Continue reading

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