While removing an old silver maple years ago, we found the carcass of a dog in a branch union cavity. The branch union was about 10-12 feet up and the hollow about 3-4 feet deep. The dog was either an Irish setter or long haired yellow lab. So, we figured the dog was chasing a squirrel or racoon and fell into the hollow at the union. It was about a 56" DBH tree.
My steel toe boots only need to last a few more weeks. I've been gluing them back together for a while. I was going to throw them in the trash at the end of my last day of
Work. Now, after reading Scott Baker's idea about leaving them in a tree I have better ideas! Screwed to antree with the toes up might make an inviting nest hole
No...not hanging up my only pair of boots just the ones I'm required to wear at work. These steel toe boots are going away. Then I can wear boots that are comfortable and better for climbing...my Asolos