The Bittle Tree
Tayler Kiser '14
Kimberly Johnson '14 and Kaitlyn Bell '14
Everyone wanted a picture.
Nitra Eastby '14
Students, faculty and staff gather to honor the Bittle Tree
April 24, 2013 before the Bittle Tree ceremony
Mackenzie Sullivan '14, Ashley Nyitray '14, and Rebecca Siar '14
Kimberly Johnson '14 "kissing" the tree.
Kaityln Bell '14
Dan Milz '04 sent in baby Bittle pictures from 2001, 2003 and 2006. Dan was part of the first group of students to plant Bittle seeds.
A worker from Barlett Tree company works on the removal.
Taken from up in the tree, you can see the hollow section at the place where the limbs split off from the trunk.
damage from lightning strike years ago.
This section of the Bittle Tree trunk weighed 20,000 pounds.
The bottom section of the Bittle Tree trunk weighed in at 25,000 pounds.
The Barlett Tree expert inserts his entire arm in the hollowed section of the tree.
some of the damage to the tree.
damage to the inside of the trunk
hollowed out inside of the Bittle Tree