Re: [medievalsawdust] ESP List
- Caley Woulfe wrote:
> I have created a list for accounts of hauntings and otherOh my goodness, all the trees whose guts I used to build
> ESP experiences at: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/WeAreESP/
all that furniture are turning into giant spectral Ents and
beating at the house walls.
They're going to pinch my head off and use it for a
soccer ball! :O I don't know what to do!
It's been a while since I had an out of body experience.
I miss most of them. The physical pain keeps me pretty
much anchored here when I am not dreaming from melatonin
induced dreams. Which are pretty damned vivid at times. :)
When I was young I was very ticked off at logging.
When I grew old I realized how many of them were
large weeds requiring unwanted labor to look after.
Especially when they fall on my property from my
neighbors and it's legally my problem unless it destroys
my house or cars. The lost and forgotten lunches of
millions of small bushy tailed rodent rascals.
The rental behind me put up a fence to keep dogs in,
largely on my side of the property line. Ever since
we've had birds and squirrels crapping or hiding all
manner of seeds - poison ivy, virginia creeper, mullberry
trees in abundance overshading our property. The fence
line makes a good toilet seat you see.
You get old and your appreciation/experience changes a bit.
Tomorrow the hurricane hits us and the stupid rental
goober has taken his tree trash and covered the drain
grate with it for his area. I hope his house floods
as he is in the low spot. ;) If we have a lot of rain
he'll find out what he wouldn't listen about. He is
surrounded by tall trash trees. The biggest fell
parallel to the houses last time and smashed the
back porches off. My sisters house and car looked
like pine tree pickup sticks had been dropped all
over it. A good dozen or so.
Hopefully my eastern neighbor's driveway won't gully
again and wash tons of his gravel into our back yards.
Putting it back up again could kill that man. The
city won't put in a drain big enough to handle the
flood over out property line and it carries part of
the beltline water with it.
We have four chainsaws now. Three gas, one electric.
The last time a hurricane of this speed hit NC we lost a
quarter our big trees and many dependent animals.
Chainsaws and massive trucks roared for more than six
months all day every day. Thank heaven it downgraded
from a force five. I've seen a literal MOUNTAIN of
shredded trees. So many were down you couldn't sell them.
My neighbors have had a LOT of trees removed really
fast this time before they fall. Been listening to them
going all week.
Magnus, evil ab/user of tens of thousands of board feet
of all those trees.
Wish us luck.