Flailing Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve

What do you when your brambles and other woody scrub grows out of control?

We call a man with a remote-controlled flailing machine. In this case the man we called is Colin Cross. I love this flailing machine because it does, quickly and efficiently, things I find difficult. The machine cuts and disintegrates everything in its path. Colin has run his machine over all the troublesome marsh pastures during the past few weeks.

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5 Responses to Flailing Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve

  1. JANE says:

    I sure could use a miniature version of the flailing machine on the blackberry patches on the edges of our little wetland!!

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  2. David says:

    Were it not for the fact that he was doing actual work and not just playing around, this looks like it would be fun. 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

  3. tootlepedal says:

    A good man to know.

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