Tree bear does the wave


Instead of entirely losing an ash tree to larvae of the emerald ash borer beetle, Barbara Morris of Wayne Township in Clinton County hired a local man to sculpt a bear from the dying tree that stood near the driveway to her home. The bear has a paw raised as if saying hello to guests. “He’s gorgeous. I love my bear,” Morris said. Two neighbor children who also are church friends, from left Conner Ludi, 9, and Ezra Ludi, 3, visited the six-foot bear recently. Chuck Georges of Woodchuck Chainsaw Carving created the friendly bear in about four hours, said Morris.


Instead of entirely losing an ash tree to larvae of the emerald ash borer beetle, Barbara Morris of Wayne Township in Clinton County hired a local man to sculpt a bear from the dying tree that stood near the driveway to her home. The bear has a paw raised as if saying hello to guests. “He’s gorgeous. I love my bear,” Morris said. Two neighbor children who also are church friends, from left Conner Ludi, 9, and Ezra Ludi, 3, visited the six-foot bear recently. Chuck Georges of Woodchuck Chainsaw Carving created the friendly bear in about four hours, said Morris.

Instead of entirely losing an ash tree to larvae of the emerald ash borer beetle, Barbara Morris of Wayne Township in Clinton County hired a local man to sculpt a bear from the dying tree that stood near the driveway to her home. The bear has a paw raised as if saying hello to guests. “He’s gorgeous. I love my bear,” Morris said. Two neighbor children who also are church friends, from left Conner Ludi, 9, and Ezra Ludi, 3, visited the six-foot bear recently. Chuck Georges of Woodchuck Chainsaw Carving created the friendly bear in about four hours, said Morris.
http://wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_bear_wave_p_f.jpgInstead of entirely losing an ash tree to larvae of the emerald ash borer beetle, Barbara Morris of Wayne Township in Clinton County hired a local man to sculpt a bear from the dying tree that stood near the driveway to her home. The bear has a paw raised as if saying hello to guests. “He’s gorgeous. I love my bear,” Morris said. Two neighbor children who also are church friends, from left Conner Ludi, 9, and Ezra Ludi, 3, visited the six-foot bear recently. Chuck Georges of Woodchuck Chainsaw Carving created the friendly bear in about four hours, said Morris.
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