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Discussion in 'Personal' started by Eureka!, Dec 21, 2015.
Ah, I miss the good old days of Opinion....
Yes there is
So how do you explain all the planks in the world?
Have you tried telling the trees?
As I sit here I can see a beautiful old Ash. As yet it has not succumbed to any of the diseases that we have introduced to this country, can definitely be identified on maps up to 200 years ago as it is a boundary marker and given luck it will continue to live long after I have crumbled into dust. It has also provided a home to more creatures than you can count.
It is also rather beautiful even at this time of year
Technically it may not be a tree but it has always been one to the locals
@monicabilongame got there before me.
I think the parents are mostly responsible.
I'd like to meet @Eureka!
And his parents could well be even more intriguing!
Do you know The Firewood Poem by Celia Congreve which compares the burning qualities of different types of wood? It ends:
But ash wet or ash dry
a king shall warm his slippers by.
I had heard scraps of it over the years but never the whole thing so thanks for that Cute
There is only no such thing as a tree if Schrodinger's Cat isn't in the forest to hear it fall over.
Or something like that.
One of my hands is clapping in applause.
so what are those tall green things you get in forests then ?
Most of them are posters on here.
What do you think this is?
These are trees according to John Lewis
You really SHOULDN'T tell the trees, you know.
John Lewis are eejits.
You won't get any acorns off those.
Indeed, they're pine trees.
Erm.... is tree denial a new thing?