You are in for a very special treat faithful reader, pictures of the most unique arboreal organism in the Upper Mid-West. A one-of-a-kind plant in North Dakota. A plant so rare that horticultural experts will likely flock to the area as soon as this entry is posted, and this will probably lead to thousands of tourists coming to the area every year.
So what's the deal? Is this a hoax? Nope. Are those really apples? Yes they are. So what's the deal? Well....about 30 yards to the right of this tree is an apple tree in the neighbors yard and they usually leave some of the apples on the tree for the squirrels to eat during the winter. The squirrels grab the apples and then scamper up the tree for an apple picnic with a view. Either they stash them there for later or have a few bites and get distracted (quite a few of the apples have chomps in them) and then leave them there. So now you can tell your friends that you've seen a picture of a pineapple tree growing in North Dakota.