Yeah! A win! (75-68) This was a bye week for a lot of my players, but I was so impressed with Brees (who thought I’d ever say THAT?!) and the Patriots defense for floating things along. I picked up yet another new tight end off of waivers, who did well by scoring a point — not super, but no real complaints. LT was a little slow, as was Stallworth, but I was so pleased to see Reggie Brown have a good game, even if he was sitting on the bench. (And the Eagles won — nice!)
|QB Drew Brees, NO||30|
|RB LaDainian Tomlinson, SD||9|
|WR Marty Booker, Mia||1|
|WR Donte’ Stallworth, NE||4|
|WR Muhsin Muhammad, Chi||2|
|TE Matt Schobel, Phi||1|
|K Stephen Gostkowski, NE||10|
|QB Damon Huard, KC (BYE)||0|
|QB Jason Campbell, Was||0|
|RB Marion Barber, Dal (BYE)||0|
|RB Michael Pittman, TB||0|
|WR Deion Branch, Sea (BYE)||0|
|WR Reggie Brown, Phi||11|
|TE Alex Smith, TB||0|
|K Matt Stover, Bal (BYE)||0|
For visual interest, here are the five enormous trees in our backyard:
…and the even huger ones in the side yard.
Our town has rules about how many trees you can cut down, but since we have a largish lot, we get to take down up to eight a year. All of them have to be replaced with smaller trees (unless we want to pay a fee to the town). Get rid of the monster dark pines and gain some fruit trees? Or some small maples? Anyone have small, hardy tree varieties that they can recommend for the pacific northwest?
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Susan…Regarding trees…Raking Maple leaves in the Fall can be a pain. Personally I would look at Hemlocks. I also like your thought on having trees that flower. It was nice to see that your move went so well. Yeah for great friends.