If you spend any time walking in the woods, you see a lot of strange looking trees — trees shaped by the wind, split by lightning or reaching toward. And — occasionally — some twists and turns are man-made.
When walking in the woods near his Putney, Vermont, home, Dan Kubick discovered a most unusual tree.
“Top to bottom, it’s probably about 60 feet, 70 feet maybe,” Kubick said.
That’s not the unusual part.
“It goes up about 9 feet straight up and then at a 90 degree angle goes out about another 8 or 9 feet before going directly up again,” Kubick said.