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Old 02-02-2014, 01:49 AM
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Something I haven't seen for a few Weeks here.
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I just looked at the picture again. The top boughs look like they are dead or dying. You may want to check them they look like they are infected with the conifer beetle.
Randy,It's just the way the picture was taken, as Eric has already stated. The top of the tree is just as green as the rest of the tree. It's
just poor picture taking skills, plus it was -2 and I didn't want to go outside, unlike our tough Canadian friends.
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Something I haven't seen for a few Weeks here.
It was quite nice to see after almost two months.
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Randy,It's just the way the picture was taken, as Eric has already stated. The top of the tree is just as green as the rest of the tree. It's
just poor picture taking skills, plus it was -2 and I didn't want to go outside, unlike our tough Canadian friends.
They ain't that tough....
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