You know the neighbor behind us, the long-grassed man? B is holding a bit of a grudge against him. It is not because he has long grass, or because he likes to journal his entire life,or sit outside and do teleconferences and teach classes from his computer, or because he used his grass as a storage unit for months on end. It is not even because he puts his composter right at our fence line.
It is his tree.
He has this old tree that is impinging on our property line and interfering with our ability to replace the fence. And we really want to replace the fence.
With a privacy fence.
Nevada loves the tree. It is a mulberry tree and all of these mulberries fall into our yard. Nevada eats them like she has never been fed. B loves this.
The tree also has enormous branches that are hanging all over the wires. So B called the electric company, oh, about a few months ago. They finally got around to coming to deal with it this weekend. I can say that the branches are no longer interfering with their lines. I can't say they are not interfering with anything else. I also cannot give props to a job well done because, well, take a look yourself:
And then look a little closer:
That does not look at all ridiculous does it? You will note that the majority of the tree is STILL hanging over into our yard. Nevada is relieved. More mulberries for her. YAY. B just wants the tree gone. I just think this is the stupidest thing I have ever seen. Seriously, I am dumbfounded.
Look at that tree!
So, B's new plan is for me to charm the long-grassed man into removing the tree. Right...we all know how that worked with the neighbors and the air conditioning, right?
Just how high can a privacy fence go anyway?