On the list of famous Nebraskans, high up there is Julius Sterling Morton. Though eventually overshadowed by his son, founder of the Morton Salt Company, he did rise to be President Grover Cleveland's Secretary of Agriculture and was an expert on farming and forestry with a particular interest in trees. Among his most lasting contributions is the creation of Arbor Day. While Canadians are an evergreen source of humor, we also have to give a green nod to GreenN_Gold for his sense of humor.
I work by this tree. It parks that way every day.
Salty tongue, you.