Trees are zooming by on the tops of cars.  It is that time.  Ready or not.  Thanksgiving is officially over and the Christmas season is underway.  This weekend and next islanders will be out hunting Christmas trees.  If you like to make a day of it and go out and cut your own tree, you will find the map below helpful.  Next Saturday you could combine breakfast at The Farm Kitchen in Poulsbo with tree wrangling. I hear the rosemary apple sausage is on the menu.  Not a bad way to spend a Saturday.

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I am never ready for Christmas.  Ever.  Never.  Okay back in the day when I was a teacher, for about three years I was on a year-round schedule that had a bread from Thanksgiving until after New Year’s.  Those years I had a fighting chance, but I think I was also getting my MA at the time. Always something.  Everyone is busy. But if you are making the time to escape the day to day and cut down a Christmas tree, (you should) I have not found a better resource than the Kitsap Sun’s interactive map below.

Our tree is not up yet. My goal is always to get it up by mid-December and I am one of those people to leave it up until New Year’s Day.  This year soccer tournaments and traveling for Thanksgiving are my excuse.

It would be great if a little snow graced the green of Kitsap for the tree cutting excursion, but that remains to be seen. Pick a destination, head out and get your tree, I am sure you’ll beat me.

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On December 3, 2011, in Activities, Beyond Bainbridge, by

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