Tuesday, January 6, 2015

1/7 Outdoor Wednesday # 313

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All the Christmas decorations are down…. and the (live) tree headed to be recycled……

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11 comments:

  1. I just saw something the other night about goats eating the leftover evergreens! Who knew?!?!...:)JP

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  2. Interesting to see how that's done.

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  3. Happy New Year
    Just they are gone... all the pretty Christmas trees -

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  4. Hate to see them go, but time to welcome the New Year. I am ready!

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  5. Happy New Year!

    Interesting to see how they recycle the trees there...

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  6. I love that you have a tree recycling spot--I had to cut mine down limb by limb in order to fit it in our bio recycling bin. A messy pain in the rear end!

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  7. Never knew they had tree recycling! Thanks for hosting!
    wishing you all the best for the new year!
    - Nancy
    On The Home Front

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  8. Glad to see they are recycling these trees. I remember when we lived by a lake that it was customary to sink the tree in the lake as cover for the fishes.

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  9. Christmas Tree recycling is in full blast in your area. I heard that Lincoln Park Zoo accepts Christmas Trees so the animals can eat them. Good idea to put them in lakes for fish cover. So many ideas and ways to recycle. Happy New Year!
    JM, Illinois-U.S.A.

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  10. Happy New Year to you! Glad to see the Christmas trees are recycled!

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