It's a good thing they had those yellow suits to keep them warm and dry. I'm sure they had a deadline to meet so nothing was stopping them. There will be some very thankful people somewhere enjoying those Christmas trees. We don't think about what it took to get them to us. I saw my first flakes fall last evening, but they didn't last long at all. Hope your Friday is a fantastic one.
It has been so long since a real tree graced our house, but I still remember that smell. The smell of cedar, that and the smell of an orange or tangerine was always Christmas.Left the awnings out over night woke to 30mph winds of the ocean. Overcast and windy oh but 76. (smile)Sending love from Hobie Sound
My goodness, cutting trees all ready?? I imagine the rubber suits also keep them from getting needle rash. I do envy you your flakes.
Maybe it's so they won't get accidentally chopped down with the trees! :)
And I thought only babies had rubber duckies in bath tubs. Interesting!
Never imagined what it was like for tree farmers when Christmas comes around. If you add the new blogger email feed into your sidebar I'd get your posts right to my email box which will make it much easier for me to keep up with everyone. Have a good Thanksgiving if I don't get back in time.
Ah ha, we just drove by St. Jude's The next big intersection south had a huge tent up, saying Christmas trees arriving soon.I thought how unique with your entry this moring.Love from down here.Sherry & Jack