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Adventures Abound for the Hardy

Cutting your own tree can add a fun dimension for tree shoppers

Photos By Phil Lanoue

Chester - Braving the cold and walking the distance while picking your own tree can be a great family outing and a fun Christmas tradition. Udell's Tree Farm in Chester is one of the few locations still remaining in Morris County. (above) Joe and Suellen DeBlasio, of Bridgewater start their search for the perfect tree. (left) Kyle Matirko, of Chester is surrounded by pine as he hunts for a tree that looks just right.

Photos By Phil Lanoue

Cut Your Own Christmas Tree

Chester - (left) Natalie Udell, strolls through the rows of trees at her father's farm with her friend Olivia Sebesky at Udell's Tree Farm, one of the last tree farms in Morris County. (right) It's a tight squeeze for Chuck of Verona, as he cuts down the tree his family picked. (below left) John Udell, owner of Udell's Tree Farm gets a hand tying up a tree from his daughter Natalie.

Chester - Starting a family tradition are newlyweds Eric and Kimberly Cameron, of Brooklyn, NY carrying their first Christmas tree as a married couple.

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