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    Anything can become boring when you do it enough.

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    That's cool, Reg.

    Hey, all the dead cedars you reference, is it just natural die off or is there a particular problem affecting them?
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    I think its just the area and growing conditions of such. They mosly look the same for miles around.

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    drought is hitting western redcedar, Thuja plicata, badly, locally. Not sure if beetles are now getting after stressed trees.
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    Been loving this video series! Only tree-related thing I did during my time in Florida (apart from drinking some fresh coconut water & eating the coconut) was to watch this video and August's last one, since both were quick 5-min diversions!

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    That's grass-related!
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    I was hoping to free-climb a Banyan while there, but ran out of time. Ah well. Got to do my 3 mile brisk walk circuit over the Edison Bridge over the Caloosahatchee, about the only hill available in Ft. Myers. That and the Gulf dip were the only diversions I took over 10 days.