Posted by sean on November 26, 2009 at 4:20 pm in Fun At Home with 2 Comments

Upon awakening this morning and opening the curtains of my flat windows, I noticed the garden of the ground floor flat had been totally transformed – either by a gardener planning a grand floral design or a madman with a chainsaw and a dislike for plants. The fact two trees had been chopped down, various bushes torn up and all the ivy, which had previously entwined the side of the house, destroyed; I suspect the latter.
You may have thought I would have been upset by this blatant example of botanical devastation. However, the removal of the overgrown trees and hedgerow has revealed a wonderful view from the bedroom window…
The photo doesn’t really do it justice. Being so close to Twerton Park, I could almost watch the match from my flat (kind of). Plus, during evening floodlight games, I get free lighting throughout my property, courtesy of Bath City FC.

2 Responses to Where is tree? Tree is gone!

  1. Anonymous

    November 26, 2009 - 9:32 pm

    A gardener eh? I bet its part of your master plan. First the trees disappear, then the houses. All this to build a private road from your house to the pitch. Sick – just think of what it'd do to the environment. Oh for the days of the honest Team Bath fans..

  2. Anonymous

    December 31, 2009 - 3:39 pm

    Isn't it spelt 'IVE'?

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