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Capitol Christmas Tree Stops in the Falls

The Capitol Christmas Tree, otherwise known as, “The Peoples Tree," is making it's way to the White House.
Trucks carrying some important greens made a stop for gas in Wichita Falls.

The Capitol Christmas Tree, otherwise known as, “The Peoples Tree," is making it's way to the White House.

The 88 foot Engelmann Spruce Tree was picked in Washington.

As it made it's stop in the Falls, it had dozens of texomans taking in the moment.

Spectators could even sign the trucks.

“So we are making a 21 day trip, 26 stops across the country to share Washington's good nature and ultimately show the country what their tree is,” said Colville National Forest District Ranger, Robert Sanchez.

There are 80 smaller Christmas trees also traveling with the Capitol Tree.

Those will decorate other offices and museums in D.C.

Children in Washington decorated 6,0000 ornaments that will be placed on the trees.

If you want to follow the tree's progress as it makes its way to the white house, use this link: http://trackthetree.com/
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