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Easter tree, show yours
Old 04-17-2011   #1
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Easter tree, show yours

Ok, here is our Easter tree for this year - would be happy to see yours.. and happy holidays to all members (actually I still have to wait a week for holidays to come)!


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Old 04-17-2011   #2
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I've never heard of an Easter Tree...is this a local tradition or just something your family does...???
Give us the story on the tree...please...
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Love Easter Trees! Got a few in our neighborhood but less than in years past, I guess because of the recession. The one shown by the OP is quite nice.

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I've never heard of an Easter Tree...is this a local tradition or just something your family does...???
Give us the story on the tree...please...
A seasonal tradition in many European countries to celebrate springtime with a festive Easter tree; kind of symbol of new life
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A seasonal tradition in many European countries to celebrate springtime

Never saw that before! Interesting…

In France eggs grow under the hens, not in the trees!
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Never saw that before! Interesting…

In France eggs grow under the hens, not in the trees!
Mais non, l’arbre de Pâques sont aussi une tradition en France :

http://www.terre-nouvelle.fr/loisirs...de-paques.html

http://gazette94.blogspot.com/2009/0...atuite-76.html

http://www.flickr.com/photos/clotilde/7544247/
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