This year’s National Christmas Tree is from the Payette National Forest outside of McCall, ID.  Guess what gift followed the tree to Washington, DC.  Click on the above video to find out.

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On the subject of Christmas trees, the good folks at the Nugget Casino Resort in Reno, NV refused to be out-done by those yahoos at Rockefeller Center, New York this year. The Nugget bought a 105′ tree to commemorate the holiday season.  The tree in New York…a measly 94′.

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