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The Old Linden Tree

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Friday June 21, 2013

Eden Prairie, MN (Current Weather Conditions)


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2. healerali
5:13 PM GMT on July 14, 2013
Thank you, kind words appreciated. This is a condo with contracted tree services, so it's been removed...BUT--I got between tree & logger, & together we salvaged a perfect piece for a walking stick. It's a strong branch, too big, but I am a carver/whittler, so next summer, God willing, after the wood is ready, I will have at it. It's in the garage for now. As to the mosquitos, this is Minnesota's state bird, so I doubt the tree is a factor! Land of Ten Thousand breeding places, LOLOL. Our tree man says Linden and Basswood are not exactly the same, related, but the so-called Linden is a less-common form of the Basswood family. I've lost a lot of huge Basswoods at the lake--they get hollow. Nice talkin' with you!
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2:03 AM GMT on July 14, 2013
Greetings Healerali!!I just noticed you commented on a photo of mine,and naturally like to return the compliment when I,,I see this poor wonderful Linden..and thinking,if you have not gotten rid of it already,you might consider selling it to a lumber yard..where the wood is used in wood-craft,might make a few bux!! We have Lindens here in Shenandoah,,they just got through shedding for the most part,,never knew that's what all the debris was from..til hubby told me...Anyway...he says they attract lots of this true???? I believe this is also called 'basswood' used in some carving and lightweight wood models...A big wind took it down I take it,and glad it did not land on your beautiful home! Thanks for sharing! :)-Mindi
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Retired CRNA (Cert. Registered Nurse Anesthetist) Lifelong weather & quake buff, trained Skywarn spotter. Doing & teaching healing energy work since retirement from the O.R.

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