Saturday, February 28, 2004
I probably complained a few months ago about how there was a big tree in our neighbor's yard and our own trees that blocked the DirecTV signal. Well, that tree across the street is now nothing but a large pillar; a crew has spent the morning cutting off all of the branches and now it's just a 35-40 foot tall spire, but I imagine they'll tackle that next. Our trees are leaf-less and so there'd be no problem getting a signal today. Oh well.
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