Pass Christian resident Diane Brugger’s Live oak tree is chopped down Wednesday, March 22, 2017, and will be donated to form the ribs of the Mayflower II, a historically accurate reproduction of the original. The tree, which had survived 2005’s Hurricane Katrina, was recently struck by lightning.
Pass Christian resident Diane Brugger’s Live oak tree is chopped down Wednesday, March 22, 2017, and will be donated to form the ribs of the Mayflower II, a historically accurate reproduction of the original. The tree, which had survived 2005’s Hurricane Katrina, was recently struck by lightning. G. Tremain Merrell Special to the Sun Herald
Pass Christian resident Diane Brugger’s Live oak tree is chopped down Wednesday, March 22, 2017, and will be donated to form the ribs of the Mayflower II, a historically accurate reproduction of the original. The tree, which had survived 2005’s Hurricane Katrina, was recently struck by lightning. G. Tremain Merrell Special to the Sun Herald

Pass Christian oak will become part of historic Mayflower ship

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