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  • The Hamiltons find their tree

    Joseph Hamilton, wife, Misty and children Cameron and Gracie came to Stowe Dairy Farms on Monday to find their Christmas tree. The family has purchased their trees in years past but this year decided to start a new tradition by cutting their own. They chose a Murray Leyland Cypress.

Joseph Hamilton, wife, Misty and children Cameron and Gracie came to Stowe Dairy Farms on Monday to find their Christmas tree. The family has purchased their trees in years past but this year decided to start a new tradition by cutting their own. They chose a Murray Leyland Cypress. Jeff Siner The Charlotte Observer
Joseph Hamilton, wife, Misty and children Cameron and Gracie came to Stowe Dairy Farms on Monday to find their Christmas tree. The family has purchased their trees in years past but this year decided to start a new tradition by cutting their own. They chose a Murray Leyland Cypress. Jeff Siner The Charlotte Observer

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