We live 5 minutes away from the Heritage Tree Farm where you can choose a live tree that you can plant in your yard after Christmas or cut down a fresh one.
Elizabeth & Lea
My sister Elizabeth and her family and my other sister Lea (There’s one more sister) arrived to get their tree as well.
The rain came down in sheets on Friday so we skipped the wagon ride that the kids normally love!
I was wearing Ugg’s, a very bad idea in the mud and the rain. I got teased for being a ‘city girl’ and trying to be fashionable but truthfully I had just been out shopping for garland and lights and was so comfortable wearing them I didn’t want to take them off.
Anyway, that’s my tree, I found it in 4 minutes. No time to walk around and trash my boots further!
Everyone gets a cookie and a hot chocolate after the Christmas trees are found!
Here’s Markus thoroughly enjoying his hot chocolate!
There’s even a fire pit to get toasty and warm.
Elizabeth’s husband Bill Jacobs tied the tree to the roof of my car.
Here I am with the owner of the Heritage Tree Farm.
My tree was $50, but my friend Tami says when she lived in LA it was near impossible to find a live tree and when she finally found one it was $100.
Where do you get your tree from?
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