just after i passed the beetham road off the A6 (at my normal 40-45 mph for that fairly dark, wooded S-curve), on the way home this evening, the heron theatre turn-off, just before the paper factory (as used to be henry cooke iirc; now billerud),
a tree tried to get into my car.
Current Music: "willow tree (you're always weeping)" - the ivy league
well, there was a substantial "bough assembly" on the other side of the road this morning, but it was maybe hundred yards down the road from where my somewhat impatient and ill-mannered sylvan would-be passenger made his/her attempt. i slowed right down there on the way home tonight, and can see where the wind tore the bough off the tree-trunk - but there's no sign of it anywhere immediately obvious: so maybe the morning one was the guilty party. there's a lot of sundry leaf'n'tree litter on the road some other places on the A6 from tewitfield squashed ovalabout northwards, but no other substantial chunks-of-tree-tops (or -sides).