Some Peculiar Tree-Cutting on Jolly Road in Lansing
So, for 10 weeks we did our show from our home studios. We came back to the studios to do our show on Monday, June 8th. While we were broadcasting from home, they shut down Aurelius Road between Miller Road and Jolly Road for road resurfacing, which was my normal route to work. So, for the last week or so, I've been taking a different route to work which sends me further down Jolly Road. Now, I'll admit that sometimes I'm not the most observant person in the world, so maybe this tree near the railroad tracks on Jolly Road has been this way for awhile, or maybe it's something relatively new...but what in the world? I've seen some weird tree-cutting through the years, but why did they leave that one single limb like that? And am I the only one that thinks it looks like it's straight out of a Dr. Seuss book? Or kinda like the cover of the book, Where The Sidewalk Ends? Maybe it's just me...
Anyway, if you want to see it for yourself, it's on Jolly Road between Aurelius Road and Cedar Road. And since I'm talking about the stretch of road, what's with that smell I'm smelling every day near that area?
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