|This is not my Bay tree, I copied this picture from google|
images, it's an Oak.
|I'm not sure the word "odd" is the feeling the driver had in|
his stomach, whoa is more like it.
So back to the Bay trees, I need to have them trimmed professionally, I am unable to do that kind of stuff any longer. I'm getting up in the years and I cannot walk, so I'm out of the question. I cut a tree down once, it was a huge Elm (I don't like to think about it) I was 25 years old and did not see the future all that clearly. I regret to this day doing that. I will write a blog on how the trimming goes. In my opinion proactive efforts to eliminate the threat of issues that have the ability to intensify our reactions to an emergency have a real spot in emergency preparation.
Pro-active efforts include:
1) Developing and putting in writing a detailed plan. FEMA has a planning site it's here.
2) Stocking enough water and food items to sustain each person for a minimum of 3 days.
3) Charging electronic devices every evening
4) Making sure our vehicles are in good working order, with gasoline in the tank.
5) Knowing our neighbors and including them in our planning
6) Keep our outdoor areas capable of with standing storms, fires and other threats we noted in our plans which are our main threats.
|It's important to know your neighbors, these people live in|
Louisiana, a place with a lot of disaster potential, they are
very self reliant.
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