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Xmas trees

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Wendy H, Dec 1, 2008.

  1. Mary Jane

    Mary Jane New Member

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    Very pretty!

    I bought one yesterday, it's still in the garage, relaxing.
     
  2. Roly0217

    Roly0217 Orchid Junkie

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    Well I showed my house in a previous post and here is my little tree (8 feet):D
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  3. Clark

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    Loooks like the GATOR tree goes up today. I'll have to post lots of photos for MJ.
     
  4. Forrest

    Forrest Really Neat

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    Very nice trees everyone. I may go get one this afternoon.



    LOL!
     
  5. Mary Jane

    Mary Jane New Member

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    What? It's in the stand, relaxing. Once its "fallen", I'll be able to see which side goes in the corner!
     
  6. Forrest

    Forrest Really Neat

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    LOL, o, you really meant relaxing. I had a vision of it lying on the floor, with the net still around it, you know "relaxing"
     
  7. Tom_in_PA

    Tom_in_PA I am not an addict

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    very nice everyone....we were hoping to get our today but it was to cold to go out in the field and cut it down. It is our family tradition to walk the fields and pick it out and cut it down ourselves.
     
  8. Clark

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    Here the little guy under the GATOR tree. He's batting the football around.
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  9. Mary Jane

    Mary Jane New Member

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    I see one lousy (and I mean lousy in the best possible way) Gator decoration. How does that make it a gatortree?
    Pretty cat. Hopefully he doesn't knock that gator off the tree, drag it to his litter box and bury it with the other shit. :D
    That would suck, eh?

    :cool:
     
  10. Clark

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    Is your eyesight failing you or are you still hung over from last night. Check again, there's 3 gator ornaments in the shot and the orange and blue beads.
     
  11. Mary Jane

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    No beers last night for me but who knows what today shall bring. 'Tis the season to stay sloshed, you know.

    I looked again and I see santa surfing or something and the thing right over the cat's head is a gator thing too I guess. The beads don't count.

    If any come up missing, I would check the bottom of the cat box, fer shure. WAY in the bottom.
     
  12. Mary Jane

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    Here's a quick and dirty of my tree. And a closeup of one of my favorite ornaments.


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    I think I'll pull out the good camera and try for a better photo.
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  13. Clark

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    Nice live tree. Where's the OSU ornament?
     
  14. Mary Jane

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    I don't have a Buckeye ornament. Although, I DO have a buckeye....hmmmm.
     
  15. Wendy H

    Wendy H Just me

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    You have a squirrel in your tree....:poke:
     
  16. Mary Jane

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    I know, I love him. He has wheels. Does anyone else, besides Clark, have a favorite ornament?
     
  17. Tracey

    Tracey Interloper

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    Should we start a thread with our favourite deccies? I ask this because my tree is a pitiful thing. It has some nice things on it though
     
  18. Clark

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    Dang girl, I have to go out and find you a Buckeye ornament Friday so you can have it up for the season.
     
  19. Mary Jane

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    I have a peanut, acorn and walnut ornament. I think that will suffice.
    Sometimes you feel like a nut......:D
     
  20. Mary Jane

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    Clark is the nicest man I know. Yesterday, I was down and blue. The UPS guy showed up and delivered to me a box. I opened it and what to my wondering eyes should appear but a gift from Clark. Thank you Clark. You are a dear man. I am glad we are friends.

    Looky here!

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