Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – #PotLuck – “Timber-r-r-r-r” by Elizabeth Slaughter

I was delighted to have Sally Cronin highlight some of my past posts on her Smorgasbord site. She generously offered this chance a while back and I took her up on it.

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

Welcome to the series of Posts from Your Archives, where bloggers put their trust in me. In this series, I dive into a blogger’s archives and select four posts to share here to my audience.

If you would like to know how it works here is the original post:https://smorgasbordinvitation.wordpress.com/2019/04/28/smorgasbord-posts-from-your-archives-newseries-pot-luck-and-do-you-trust-me/

Time to welcome a new participant to the series with four posts from her archives.. me Elizabeth Slaughter. Elizabeth shares many stories of her childhood and family and tough to select just four… but having spent the last few years removing dead trees in danger of toppling in two homes.. this one struck a chord..

“Timber-r-r-r-r” by Elizabeth Slaughter

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Living among all those Douglas fir trees certainly came as proof that we were in Oregon and no longer in New York City. But Oregon is also famous for its green terrain. And the green is courtesy of rain and…

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10 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – #PotLuck – “Timber-r-r-r-r” by Elizabeth Slaughter

  1. My flat East of London is across the fence from Epping Forest and in a high wind one particular dead-looking tree can seem threatening, although the foresters have cleared it as a threat to my conservatory. What a great idea for a web site.

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