We have been cutting our own Christmas tree for about 30 years. We discovered Williams Tree Farm in 1989 and have been coming back every year. Our tradition is to wake up on the day after Thanksgiving, make a thermos of hot chocolate, bundle up in our warmest clothes and drive the hour & a half to Williams. We bring with the same two old brightly adored hats to mark our perspective tree. Everyone searches for the best one-as tall as the tip of Dad’s outstretched fingers. When everyone agrees we have found the perfect tree we get out the bow saw and each family member gets to take a turn sawing down the tree. When the last cut is made Dad raises the tree over his head in triumph.
One the tree is secured to the top of the car we stop at the lodge to buy our ornament. Then we all relax with a cup of hot chocolate. Every step of the process must be documented with pictures so that we can all remember the moment.
It’s fun to go back and look at how the kids have grown and be able to share the tradition with our grandson now too!
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