Monday, December 2, 2013

Hunting For a Christmas Tree

This year, for the first time ever, we went to a "cut your own" Christmas tree farm!  It was really fun to wander the grounds looking for the perfect tree.

Seeing the trees out in the open, I was worried that they weren't full enough or tall enough, but as the owner warned us, "They get a lot bigger once they are in your house!"

 My Mom always goes with us to get her tree as well!


  1. How cool is that - to mortar log pieces into the walls of the little hut! Great hats to wear for a tree cutting, and the saw grip is very festive! Nice shot of the three tree seekers, and so many happy Christmas smiles all around.

  2. This is way too much fun! I was hoping to take the whole family to the tree lot...but we didn't even get that done! Poor kids! :)

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