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Connecticut Christmas Tree Farms

Over The River and Through The Woods | Cut Your Own Christmas Tree Farms

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Connecticut Christmas Tree Farms

Our family has had a real tree for over 30+ years. When the girls were little we would visit various Connecticut Christmas Tree Farms and chop our own.

My charming son-in-law, originally from Vermont, is a traditionalist, and grew up with real Vermont Balsams and Firs! It’s nice to see my oldest daughter and her family carrying on the tradition!

For More Information Visit: Pick-Your-Own Farms in New England

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19 comments

  1. How exciting! I wish we could have a real tree .. *sigh*
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  2. How fun! I haven’t had a real tree in a long time because of pets.
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  3. great picture we’ve never done that
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  4. When I was a kid we use to always chop down our tree. It was good memories.
    .-= Rhea´s last blog ..Wordless Wednesday ~ How Can Santa Resist? =-.

  5. What a great tradition! I can’t tell you the last time I had a real tree! I think of it all the time when I smell one, though!

  6. I’ve never had a real tree, not even once. My mom is allergic to evergreens, and so am I. Never having known a “real” tree, my fake one is okay with me. :)
    .-= Tara @ Feels like home´s last blog ..Decorating for Christmas =-.

  7. 30 years? Wow! That’s amazing! What a great tradition!
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  8. Whoops! Forgot to check the box.
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  9. that is one thing we never did… when the boys were little we lived in the city… and in the lean years we used a tiny artificial tree many times…
    It is great your daughter is sharing this with the next generation!
    I couldn’t get Mr. linky to work… oh, poooo!
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  10. Wow cool! We cut our own last year and were planning it this year but we ended up just getting one already cut at a local farm.
    .-= Kim @ What’s That Smell?´s last blog ..Getting ready for Christmas, with a little Griswald thrown in. =-.

  11. We have always had a real tree since I love the smell! I always think about getting the artificial so I can put it up earlier, but it just isn’t the same. I have been with a friend to chop down their tree, but my family has never done it. That’s such a great tradition to have.
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  12. I love the title of your post. :) We have a fake tree here.
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  13. Cute picture! We have a real tree – in a pot on the deck – first time in 30 years I haven’t put up a tree inside. Life changes, so I’m learning to change with it :)
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  14. We have a real tree but never one from a tree farm. The tradition is so special.
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  15. How pretty! It looks cold where you live though :) I’ve never had a ‘real’ tree – I’m far too lazy, although I love how they make the house smell!
    .-= Christine´s last blog ..Wordless Wednesday: The Spirit of Christmas =-.

  16. I love the smell of pine needles and if I had a Christmas tree it would be a small one in a container so I could plant it after the holidays.
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  17. We love having a real tree too.
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  18. That’s a really cool tradition to follow.
    Happy WW

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