Well, not long before March 17, the seedpod finally broke off the young Honey Locust tree, exposing the internal strands.
Well, it appears that as of January 21st, the tubular connection between seed pod and tree branch (Honey Locust Tree) is beginning to crack. I forgot to check, today, January 29, to see if it was still attached:
Nov 22, 2016
Rock Creek, Twin Falls Idaho
I’m currently fascinated with the thorns found on young Honey Locust trees.
From Wikipedia: ” In the past, the hard thorns of the younger trees were used as nails while the wood itself was used to fashion treenails for shipbuilding.”