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Fairmount, Indiana: Tree with Car and Bicycles

An old, dead tree has had a VW beetle and several bicycles propped high in the stubs of its branches. It took effort, but its purpose is unclear.

819 N. Morton St., Fairmount, IN
West side of town, on the southeast corner of IN-26/8th St. and N. Morton St.
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Tree with car and bikes.

Tree with Car and Bicycles

There is a dead tree in a yard on the corner of W. Eighth and Morton Streets with what looks like a VW beetle and a bunch of bicycles in the branches. There is no sign explaining what it represents. It is in someone's yard and can be seen and photographed from the street.

[signmanjoe, 11/07/2022]

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