Our Christmas Tree Farm Tradition

After thoroughly stuffing ourselves on Thanksgiving, we enjoy visiting Sandy Hollar Farm, which is close by in Sandy Mush.  The fresh air and walk around the farm as we search for our perfect tree is refreshing, and it allows us to enjoy the dessert awaiting us when we get home even more.  Sandy Hollar Farm is a wonderful family tradition.They have been growing Christmas trees for many years, and families have enjoyed the tradition of trekking out to Sandy Mush to search for their perfect tree, riding the wagon to visit the farm animals, sipping on cider and adding a homemade ornament to their collection.

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2 responses to “Our Christmas Tree Farm Tradition

  1. Hello~ we were there yesterday as well! What a beautiful place! We found a wonderful tree, haven’t got it up yet, tho. Will do that tonight.

  2. Beautiful tree already! Can’t wait to see the finished product.

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