Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Discarded tree

Christmas trees are laying out in front of homes everywhere for garbage day. I'm sad to say farewell to the Christmas holiday.

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  1. But then there's Valentine's Day and Easter and spring and summer. Hoorah!

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  2. That tree looks huge. Sad to part with it.

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  3. After Christmas is before Christmas. Enjoy the winter time.

    Was macht man mit den Bäumen? Werden sie einem bestimmten Zweck zugeführt?

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  4. Here in the Bay Area, it is becoming increasingly common to see Christmas trees discarded on the sides of the freeways... (sigh)

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  5. Eleven months to go and we can all put our trees up again! No doubt it's six months to go before the first Christmas merchandise hits the shops...

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  6. Das ist bei uns in Germany auch so...die Bäume liegen überall rum und warten darauf abgeholt zu werden.

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  7. Hier auch. But that one is HUGE.

    Happy New Year (late, I know).

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  8. That's a big tree! Our garbage collectors would definitely not take this!

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  9. That was my thought too...that tree looks huge. Mine looks like a Charlie Brown one compared to that one.
    I miss Christmas too. I still have my tree up, I find it cheerful. We'll probably take it down this week and then we take it back to the same tree farm we got it from and they compost it.

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  10. May be the time for christmas day was out..

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  11. that's a huge tree! we will all miss the yuletide season, can't wait for yuletide 2011 ;)

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  12. That's a quite big tree for our standards!

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  13. Tis the season after the season when everything becomes disposable. We've noticed seasonal sports taking center stage in Eagan.

    Darryl and Ruth : )

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  14. I just arrived back in the states and I was hoping to be able to see some leftover Christmas decorations, but there is very little left! This was the 4th Christmas I've missed since moving to Saudi Arabia! sigh...

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