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Plumpossum

Good idea to wait till spring; you can get a lot of planning done before starting the implementation.

pumpkinhead

I have been hankering to have one for years.....and I do believe I will make one next spring. :)

Plumpossum

Andy, I'm glad you are no longer collecting material for a bottle tree. :o)
PKH, that inspires me to begin "planting" a bottle tree.

pumpkinhead

Plumpossum-I believe I read somewhere that when the wind blows and the bottles make a sound that it is the evils spirits moaning.

LarryTheCrashTestDummy

Really, Pat?! Wow, weren't "we" clever and thoughtful. I guess that was when I was knocking off those bottles at a pace that would've filled a tree in no time! ;-D

patw

This is quite a forest. I had a bottle tree about one-third the size of one of these in one of my gardens. It would take me a lot longer to fill up the limbs now than it did then. Andy, you and Carole gave me that tree one Christmas!

LarryTheCrashTestDummy

Gee Bill, that seems only fitting, especially if all the "good spirits" escaped with the emptying of the bottle. ;-) I wonder if Elmer was personally responsible for draining all those thousands of dead soldiers of their contents, since they seem to be dominated by wine and beer bottles. In any case, it's quite and endeavor he's created. Bravo! Thanks Plum!!

Plumpossum

I have seen more bluebottle flies than I want to think about. ;o)

Bill_I_Am

I believe it is.

Plumpossum

And here I thought a blue bottle was a species of fly... tsk...

Bill_I_Am

How fun! I once knew a woman who had a blue bottle tree. It was a small, old cedar and the bottles, all blue, were hung vertically from the branches with wire. The story was that evil spirits would be curious about the bottles and go in and then be trapped. Thanks, Plum!

Returner

:-)

Plumpossum

Don't hold your breath, Returner.... tsk...

Returner

If you do, be sure to post it on Jigidi!

Plumpossum

You're welcome, Returner! I've never seen a bottle tree; maybe I should make one?

Returner

Thanks for this puzzle, Plum. I remember seeing a bottle tree a long ways back but it didn't have so many bottles. Sure enough, an interesting sight in the sun.

Plumpossum

Thanks, PKH. I wonder if the bottles whistle in the wind?

pumpkinhead

Bookmarked.
I love bottle trees and the story of them!