Middle-aged homesteader meets reality.
Ack! Now there's something you don't want to see.Of course, I wouldn't park anything under a tree...................
I'm grateful it's not mine. Poor owners. Your right never park under a tree if you can help it. Sandy.
Oh dear. I lost my precious greenhouse to the snow.
Let's hope they have insurance.
I feel bad for whomever the owners are...my neighbour's Tempo just collapsed under the weight of the snow/ice...what a shame!
BTW, fixed the Followers button on my blog, thanks so much for letting me know about that. I forgot about it in the frenzy of new blogging lol. :)
Susan,Interesting, someone wasn't thinking when they parked this trailer. Come summer, I can only imagine the surprise one will have inside this trailer.
Especially not a pine tree. This little summer abode is used by an especially eccentric fellow. Knowing him, he will just pitch a tent next to it.
I know! The impact was so strong that it blew the door open!
Sandy, this fellow parked it on his tiny patch of open space. I think he would have had to cut a few (dozen) trees down to have had options.
NO! I am so sorry to hear that, Susan. Can any of it be salvaged? Moved to a new spot?
I doubt that very much. This is up the mountain - in the land I call "Deliverance". Most of the dwellings look like they should be condemned.
Hurray! I will go sign up. I've lost a hoop house to the snow, but I now make sure I can get to anything with a roof with my trusty roof rake.
Sandy - The owner usually migrates back around the end of April. Hopefully, he has a Plan B.
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