A Road Well Traveled.

Road Trips and Pics From Our Journey Through Life
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Crossing water between lands, Tasmania

Crossing water between lands, Tasmania

Road out of Sigatoka Fiji

Road out of Sigatoka Fiji

Tree lined roads make me happy, Tasmania

Tree lined roads make me happy, Tasmania

Olivers Hill, Victoria, Australia

Olivers Hill, Victoria, Australia

Sorrento, Victoria

Sorrento, Victoria

Tasman Hwy, the journey begins

Tasman Hwy, the journey begins

The sun leading us to our destination, Tasmania

The sun leading us to our destination, Tasmania

St.Kilda Rd Melbourne, best at night

St.Kilda Rd Melbourne, best at night


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The Most Popular Privacy Evergreen   - • Very fast-growing... up to 6 ft. per year! • Drought-tolerant and low-maintenance... no need for constant attention • Adapts to different soils... making it perfect for your area • Ideal for privacy walls and wind breaks  Leyland Cypress Trees grow so fast that...

The Most Popular Privacy Evergreen - • Very fast-growing... up to 6 ft. per year! • Drought-tolerant and low-maintenance... no need for constant attention • Adapts to different soils... making it perfect for your area • Ideal for privacy walls and wind breaks Leyland Cypress Trees grow so fast that...

I loike this for the backyard - to balance out the neighbors group of evergreens

Fast-Growing Shade Trees

I loike this for the backyard - to balance out the neighbors group of evergreens

Columnar Norway Spruce. Fast growing. Bears heavy snow better than arborvitae. 10 ft wide at full maturity. 30-40 ft. tall.

Columnar Norway Spruce. Fast growing. Bears heavy snow better than arborvitae. 10 ft wide at full maturity. 30-40 ft. tall.

Privacy Trees | Living Fence Trees | Tree Hedges | Thuja Green Giants | What a driveway!! via GreenwoodNursery.com

Privacy Trees | Living Fence Trees | Tree Hedges | Thuja Green Giants | What a driveway!! via GreenwoodNursery.com

While the trees are too small to support a house, this little stilt house captures the feel nestled into its neighboring pines. We built it so that when the trees grow we could easily slide a foundation under, fasten it to the trunks, and take away the existing legs. #canopycrew

While the trees are too small to support a house, this little stilt house captures the feel nestled into its neighboring pines. We built it so that when the trees grow we could easily slide a foundation under, fasten it to the trunks, and take away the existing legs. #canopycrew

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