Head out and search for your tree - it's a great way to spend the afternoon. We grabbed our kiddo as he loves to run around and then ride the wagon we toss the tree on. There are some great spots all over Ontario.
Stoney Point - December 13, 2014 - It was a great afternoon to go foraging for a tree as it was mild and clear. It didn't take us long to spot our guy - a gorgeous Colorado Blue Spruce. We named him Brian, (yes, we name our tree each year) after Brian Urlacher the big guy in the middle who was with the Chicago Bears.
Head out and search for your tree - it's a great way to spend the afternoon. We grabbed our kiddo as he loves to run around and then ride the wagon we toss the tree on. There are some great spots all over Ontario. We hit Watson's again this year which is fantastic as they shake the tree which gets rid of any dead needles and they created their own contraption to wrap it which makes loading and transporting it a breeze. They have some beauties including: Norway Spruce, Scotch Pine, White Pine, Balsam and Colorado Spruce. Happy hunting for your Brian.
Watson Christmas Trees at 7102 GRANDE RIVER LINE, just west of Chatham on the Thames River. 5 kms west of St. Clair College (Chatham Campus) near the Winterline Road. From the west they are 5 kms east of the Prairie Siding Bridge.
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