It’s a sad tale, or so we imagine, of a tree limb that grew too close to a wire, and then around the wire, and then became orphaned, clinging to the wire as the tree from which it grew was cut down.
Now, it just hangs there, suspended, immobile, inert as the strands of twisted steel that keep it from falling to the sidewalk below, on Peters Place. We imagine, too, legions of bored schoolchildren catching sight of the lonely limb from their classrooms across the street at St. James Elementary School and wondering, ‘How did it get there?”
We’re talking, of course, about last week’s ‘Where.’ Ken Ameika identified its location, no doubt aided by the fact that he lives on Peters Place. Congrats, Ken.
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