One Spindly Bush
No one wrote it down, so, this is just hearsay. In 1938, Joseph Sago and Lawrence Bushney had an argument about the landscape for this view. Joseph thought a palm tree would look nice while Lawrence preferred some kind of bush. Joseph argued a palm tree would give an unobstructed view other than what the trunk hid. Lawrence was totally against palm trees, especially planted in the mountains. He thought palms were useless for shade, aesthetics and attracted rats. Well, since neither Joseph nor Lawrence owned the land, they couldn't do anything except argue. They liked to argue.
Old Ridge Route, Los Angeles, County, California 2012
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