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Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Megaloads Lead To Some Funny Looking Trees

For the most part, I've shied away from blogging about the moving of the Megaloads, just because we were so inundated with it for so long. Will they be allowed to move or won't they? They're on the move but will they be forced to stop? Will they change routes now? It just got old hearing about Megaloads and the legal battle every day. I saw this picture today though and thought I'd share. That tree is a victim of Megaloads. It had to be trimmed to get the giant loads past and it's not exactly your everyday way to trim a tree.

The Spokesman's Eye on Boise blog has the story.

1 comment:

Jasa seo said...

nice article. btw its look beautiful day @_@

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