Omaha, Nebraska: The HI Tree

Freak tree attractions usually don't stick around long, but this one has its own plaque and bench: a tree that spells the letters "HI," a natural for stand-next-to-it-and-wave snapshots.
Address:
John J. Pershing Drive, Omaha, NE
Directions:
East side of John J. Pershing Drive, about 500 feet north of the I-680 bridge.
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The HI Tree

This tree is in an area that experienced a great deal of flooding in the summer of 2011. It is still accessible, but the plaque is gone and the bench was destroyed. We parked at the Florence Depot Museum (quarter mile southwest) and walked to the tree.

[Bill Diesslin, 03/12/2012]
The Hi Tree. The HI Tree

In the Dodge Park area of Omaha, Nebraska, there is a tree formation which seems to spell the word "HI." It has been recognized as a landmark of sorts, with a plaque and bench nearby.

[Don Fraysier, 03/24/2009]

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