Someone then shouted "over there's an opening!" Street Department crews began to pull it in that direction but just as the trailer was about to clear the opening everyone heard a yell, "WHOAAA!"
The man driving the tractor stopped and the trailer slid against a hickory tree, shattering one of the windows. A black cat jumped out the opening and hickory nuts rained down like, pardon the pun, "cats and dogs," Pop, pop, bang, bang was the sound the nuts made.
Nobody admitted yelling and everyone stood around looking at each other. "I didn't say anything" was the common reply to questioning looks. Just then another sound came, a strange sound, it seemed to be coming from the trailer itself. Then an eerie silence. . .
"Well now you've done it," Miller said cutting the tension. "We will have to cut down the only hickory tree in the whole park."
He went to get a chainsaw. Miller was right; the trailer was not going to move anymore without the tree being cut down.
All the guys on the Street Department were pondering why and how this house trailer could be in the park in the first place, let alone causing all these problems. Just then, the truck pulled up with the chain saw, which by the way would not start!
"Go get the good one," Miller said....then another sound came from the trailer, "WHOAAA!"
It sounded like, "Don't move me," said one of the workers.
"No" another said it was more like the first sound like a "WHOM."
The good chain saw arrived just then and started on the first pull. As Miller started walking toward the tree - the chain came off the saw and went flying against the trailer!