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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Here is a picture before it was decorated, mid install. No jeep picture.

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    Obligatory jeep ornament
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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
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    Damn, way too cool!!! That is definitely one thing that I don't have. Need to fix that

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    Wasn't planning to haul a tree today. With a family kitty in the mix, best to go faux. We'll all help finish decorating tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGS View Post
    Wasn't planning to haul a tree today. With a family kitty in the mix, best to go faux. We'll all help finish decorating tomorrow.

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    That's a hell of a fake tree though, go big or go home.

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    FB_IMG_1511667063174.jpegnot mine but good way to get home and overheat the jeep along the way lol... doesnt do a tree as its just me

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    Beautiful trees everyone. I too love and miss the smell of a real tree, but allergies and animals prevent me from having one in the house.
    I will always remember my own Griswold family Christmas when I was around 10 or 11 when my step father and I hiked through the snow into the Vermont woods off a back road (yeah, I'm suuuure he had a permit....) to cut down a 75' tree to take off the top 8' of it.
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    Picked ours up on Saturday - few ratchet straps and away we go! Not sure why we get the tree shook, it does enough of that going down the freeway for 30 minutes

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Wow, are we really the only ones here who've gotten a tree? Truth be told, we typically wait until around the first week of December to get one but have a lot going on so we decided to get one a bit earlier.
    Usually get mine the first or second week of Dec, they seem to dry out if I get them earlier and leave more needles to clean up when I have to drag it out of the house.

    Did you yours down yourself or get it from a tree lot?

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