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The truth about trees

October 20th, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

 

Stu Cranstence answers a tricky question from Percival. Here is Stu at his best, holding forth on a subject he knows a lot about. He warns us about pointy trees because they are an endanger to the public.

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  1. Katy Ayi
    November 20th, 2009 at 11:39 | #1

    I showed this video to my kids and they agree, yea, pine trees are pointy.

  2. Stu Cranstence
    November 7th, 2009 at 12:32 | #2

    Dave,
    I don’t need any storage space. My brother, Ron, stores and catalogues all my findings. I don’t want to watch the dog hunter show with you. Dogs are very endangered and the hunter may find that he becomes the hunted.
    Stu Cranstence

  3. David
    November 6th, 2009 at 20:57 | #3

    I finished the Sweat Lodge.
    Didn’t like it, too hot. Started sweating.
    So I decide to turn it into a Storage Lodge.
    If you need a place for your “Findings” maybe I can help.
    I have a guard dog, and I promise not to play with any of them.
    Time to go, Dog The Bounty Hunter is about to start.
    I have every show on tape (still got the VCR), if you want to watch them, let me know. David

  4. Stu Cranstence
    November 3rd, 2009 at 20:33 | #4

    Dave,
    Mightymesquite will probably work. Just don’t use a material that can burn. Too endangered!! When the ancient Egyptians built the pyramids they used Mightyoak so that they would never catch fire then they had a great festival to celebrate the death of the vicious queen who said she was ‘sick of all the crap’. Then she dumped all these boxes of findings in the trash! I was about to find a place for the boxes.
    Stu Cranstence

  5. David
    November 2nd, 2009 at 15:40 | #5

    Stu,
    Still working on the “Sweat Lodge”. Having a hard time finding wood from the Mightyoak. Could I use wood from Mightymesquite? There are several those in the park by my house. I don’t think the park is near the perimeter. Thanks, David

  6. stu Cranstence
    October 21st, 2009 at 11:45 | #6

    Dave,
    Sweat lodges can be very endangered if you don’t know what you’re doing. So be careful. The wood from the Mightyoak is the strongest of all building materials so use that. Don’t use a Pine tree. They are too pointy. Also don’t build it near the perimeter!! Can you imagine if they got into the perimeter while I was making a finding?

  7. David
    October 21st, 2009 at 07:56 | #7

    Stu,
    I want to build a “Sweat Lodge” for my my wife and Mother-n-Law. Any advice? David

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