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Tis The Season For Cutting Your Perfect Holiday Tree


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Tuesday December 2, 2014

By Cookie Steponaitis

Thirty-two years ago when son Corey was born Janet Yager planted more than roots and an idea in the Addison County soil. She planted a forest of holiday trees alongside the already plentiful assortment on the family’s Waltham property. Since that day holiday trees and families coming to cut them down have been a part of each winter season. Located at 139 School House Road just off of Green Street Extension, Absolute Morgan Farm has what could be just the Balsam Fir tree your family has been looking for. While no snowflakes were coming down on the day before Thanksgiving when this photo was taken, families were already coming and tagging their perfect tree and planning to come back later to cut it down. Open from 8:00-5:00 p.m. daily the trees are there and waiting and so is another part of a picture perfect Vermont winter, Morgan horses. The Yagers want to thank all of their customers over the years and welcome anyone interested to stop on by and see if your perfect tree is right out front and just waiting for you.


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