Rain... Fallen trees, storms, etc

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Heh, yeah I feel that. Chopped up enough fallen trees over the years. :)
 

Mark

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It's a bit more of a pain due to the fence crushed under the tree so I've had to be real careful not to chop through the log into the mesh! Hopefully, will finish it off today and then put it in a pile. Thinking of using a few logs as ornaments around the dam (for frogs etc) and some for boarding around the pen to keep my anti-fox galvanised mesh skirt secured. Will use some debris in the bottom of a few new raised garden beds just as fill and then keep the rest for firewood if I eventually get my long awaited wood fired oven... :rolleyes:

Going to have to hire the big wood chipper again to mulch up the small stuff then will likely use the chip in the chook house - that should work.
 

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There's always a use for natural materials, either decorative or functional.
Nicely done. Need some heavy duty equipment to get that all cleared.