Christmas is coming, which means it's time to get your Christmas tree set up. If you like to have a real tree to celebrate the holidays, there are a few options in West Texas.
Unfortunately, a couple of well-loved tree farms in the area have closed, so you might have to drive a bit to get your tree this year. However, it's all worth it to chop down your own tree, bring it home, and decorate it with the family. And who doesn't love the fresh smell of a real Christmas tree?
Here are the tree farms that will be open, as well as the ones that will be closed in West Texas this year:
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