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Old 11-30-2018, 01:03 PM
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I have mixed feelings about the cedars. They make solid, well-defined obstacles; no hoping your bad-throw will "get through". As such, they can be useful.

And they're evergreen---we need as much green as we can find, in the winter.

On the other hand, they're excellent disc-catchers, and a pain to get discs out of.

And when you decide you don't want them, cut them down and haul them off, the little scales get in your clothes and hair, and torment you for the rest of the day, in revenge.

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