It's a strange combination of crowdsourcing and dead tree, and the people I know who have written them love it.
Following its customary routine, it went forth at dusk to catch another muskrat, then winged into the dead tree.
Nan, however, did not mention to Toby the haze rising from the dead tree.
"And he ain't such a little chap that he could hide under the bark of a dead tree either," remarked Davy, scornfully.
Then she glided into the narrow channel and around the dead tree.
The brute must've shied at the dead tree near the gully, the ground was cut up round it.
Yes; you see that this dead tree seems, as it were, welded to the mountain?
He decided that a dead tree lying across the river would, at a pinch, serve for a bridge, and he ventured upon it.
Look, there are three other Indians waiting for us by that dead tree!
One of them got a grip on Jack as he leaned against the dead tree trunk.