Every year the same conversation comes up in my house, not sure what your family tradition is, but I'll bet you're not a bunch of wafflers. I mean, every year it's different. I've had real trees, fake trees, and some years, nothing at all. I do know if anything goes up, by 12:30 p.m. Christmas Day, it's down, packed up and put away until the next December, say, 12-21-21? I have to pick my battles. But not this year. I'm getting my way.

Evan Sharboneau

This holiday season, one like no other in a hundred years, I'm all in on a real tree and why not put it up early? Being Thanksgiving week, go ahead, git 'er done, you'll feel better. COVID has been rough on everyone, so cheers and here's to as much happy as you can cram into the next month.

About now you can see Christmas tree stands popping up around the cities, but one in particular caught my attention because of how many they're bringing in to choose from and the half-dozen different types of trees they will be offering beginning Friday.

This is the third consecutive year that Angel Brook Farm will be setting up shop in Pasco. They will have over 1000 trees and will feature six different types of trees including Douglas Firs, Grand Firs, Fraser Firs and Nordmann Firs. The price range is between $50 and $100. Also available for sale are handmade felt trees, an array of local goods, and back by popular demand, the petting zoo for the kids.

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Head to the corner of Argent Street and Road 68 in Pasco to check it out, and face coverings will be required when they open for the season this Friday at 11:00 a.m. and then they will stay open seven days a week until Christmas Eve.

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