One fine morning last summer my wife and I were taking the scenic route on the way to the grocery store, meaning we were wandering about on backroads following the front bumper of my truck. Then I spotted this tree alongside the road.
The shape, the bends in the branches made this tree stand out from the others. I don’t know if the straight trunk is a part of this tree or a separate one growing very close by. While curiosity was wanting answers, caution was observing the thick hedge of poison ivy and shouting NO! Prudence recalled the emergency room visit for the last poison ivy episode and enlisted the help of thrift and tightwad then proceeded to wrestle curiosity to the ground. It was a struggle but all ended well.
2 thoughts on “On Trees, Unusual”
I love looking at trees. They have such character. You and your wife sound like us. We always take back roads, even it it’s the long way. So much to see and enjoy.
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Back roads are best for finding the interesting and unusual. Interstates are just rush and dodge the wild drivers. I get enough of that on the Monday to Friday routine.