Tree becomes Mechanicsburg Indian


Pat Holbert and “Lumber” Jack Riese, from Lumber Jack Chainsaw Art, work to transform a dead ash tree on Richard Ludwig’s property into a Mechanicsburg Indian on Thursday. The Indian will be visible to all cars passing the property along state Route 161.

Pat Holbert and “Lumber” Jack Riese, from Lumber Jack Chainsaw Art, work to transform a dead ash tree on Richard Ludwig’s property into a Mechanicsburg Indian on Thursday. The Indian will be visible to all cars passing the property along state Route 161.


Richard Ludwig had previously transformed a dead ash tree into a cat tree because of all the cats on his property.


Pat Holbert and “Lumber” Jack Riese, from Lumber Jack Chainsaw Art, work to transform a dead ash tree on Richard Ludwig’s property into a Mechanicsburg Indian on Thursday. The Indian will be visible to all cars passing the property along state Route 161.

Richard Ludwig had previously transformed a dead ash tree into a cat tree because of all the cats on his property.

Pat Holbert and “Lumber” Jack Riese, from Lumber Jack Chainsaw Art, work to transform a dead ash tree on Richard Ludwig’s property into a Mechanicsburg Indian on Thursday. The Indian will be visible to all cars passing the property along state Route 161.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2017/11/web1_IndianCarving2.jpgPat Holbert and “Lumber” Jack Riese, from Lumber Jack Chainsaw Art, work to transform a dead ash tree on Richard Ludwig’s property into a Mechanicsburg Indian on Thursday. The Indian will be visible to all cars passing the property along state Route 161.

Richard Ludwig had previously transformed a dead ash tree into a cat tree because of all the cats on his property.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2017/11/web1_CatTree.jpgRichard Ludwig had previously transformed a dead ash tree into a cat tree because of all the cats on his property.