South of the Fraser

Surrey, Delta, White Rock and Langleys

O Christmas Tree


There's a Christmas tree in the middle of Tynehead regional park.

A decorated chrstmas tree in the middle of the park - Photo Jan 2013


 I'd like to know what the story is. It's tempting to imagine someone furtively planting their Christmas tree one January, and then returning every year to redecorate.

It's been here for a few years, but usually I only see one or two baubles.

This year they brought out the bows! I suppose eventually the rain and nature will render them into slime and moss-covered artifacts, cunningly camouflaged as part of the tree, but for now it looks quite festive.

Note the quality glass santa ornament guarding the trunk.

The tree is at the Western end of the off-leash dog area, on the East bank of the Serpentine river. It's on the trail that leads down to the fish hatchery.



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