Kathryn Stevens of Tacoma, left, carrying her 7-month-old son, Milo, shares a laugh Saturday with Sara Pitroff of Mountlake Terrace at Schilter Family Farm's U-cut Christmas tree lot in Nisqually. Stevens' husband, Daniel, right, and Pitroff's husband, Jonathan, carry Douglas firs to their cars.
Kathryn Stevens of Tacoma, left, carrying her 7-month-old son, Milo, shares a laugh Saturday with Sara Pitroff of Mountlake Terrace at Schilter Family Farm's U-cut Christmas tree lot in Nisqually. Stevens' husband, Daniel, right, and Pitroff's husband, Jonathan, carry Douglas firs to their cars. The Olympian
Kathryn Stevens of Tacoma, left, carrying her 7-month-old son, Milo, shares a laugh Saturday with Sara Pitroff of Mountlake Terrace at Schilter Family Farm's U-cut Christmas tree lot in Nisqually. Stevens' husband, Daniel, right, and Pitroff's husband, Jonathan, carry Douglas firs to their cars. The Olympian

Not too early for Christmas tree

November 28, 2010 12:00 AM

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