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xmas tree hunt

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by HITMAN, Nov 22, 2008.

  1. HITMAN

    HITMAN Vancouver Member

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    looking for a close place to go cut down a christmas tree form vancouver
    we plan to 4x4 in but my wife does not like clifs. Any suggestions? Leaving early sunday AM
     
  2. CharlesAFerg

    CharlesAFerg Beaverton Active Member

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    We should so get a bunch of ppl with trucks together and help get Christmas trees, even though I don't need one, I'd gladly come along if people wanted an excursion.
     
  3. HITMAN

    HITMAN Vancouver Member

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    That would be cool, but i dout alot of people want to go get one tommorow. We are getting one early cause we are going to have an early xmas this year. xmas will be a road trip for us.
     
  4. Spook89

    Spook89 Ridgefield Member

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    May I suggest heading out to the Siouxon area out past Chelatchie Prairie? Or maybe up past Sunset Falls? BTW, Tanya Harding lives up there somewhere.:thumbup:
     
  5. borrowedsig

    borrowedsig Lincoln, Nebraska Active Member

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    We went this last weekend up 410 to crystal mountian and got 3 trees. It was a blast and way cheaper then buying local. I definatly recommend a 4x4 as the roads are starting to get nasty. I took my brothers 4x4 dodge which handled the roads no problem, including hte 2 foot deep mud puddles lol. My wife and her friend were freaking out about the cliffs as well. I just told them to hush hehe.


    Matt