Saturday, 4 August 2012

Typhoon Soala Clean Up

Three of the four piles of deadwood I stacked up at the park after the typhoon - during Thursday and Friday afternoons. Excepting the three uprooted trees and the one that was snapped in half, these piles probably add up to about two-thirds of all the deadwood debris that the typhoon had left in its wake. One of the locals, a chap looking to be in his late 40s or early 50s, helped me out by making a fifth stack - which, like my stacks, was mostly rotten palm branches although there are a quite a few larger deciduous branches in those piles.

Today (Saturday), the city park authorities arrived to start the clean up. 

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