Dedrian Kobervig, left, and her husband, Robert Kobervig, haul two trees at their Crystal Creek Tree Farm in Camino in 2012. Check our directory – Crystal Creek is one of many nearby farms where families can get into the holiday spirit by cutting their own fresh Christmas tree.
Dedrian Kobervig, left, and her husband, Robert Kobervig, haul two trees at their Crystal Creek Tree Farm in Camino in 2012. Check our directory – Crystal Creek is one of many nearby farms where families can get into the holiday spirit by cutting their own fresh Christmas tree. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file
Dedrian Kobervig, left, and her husband, Robert Kobervig, haul two trees at their Crystal Creek Tree Farm in Camino in 2012. Check our directory – Crystal Creek is one of many nearby farms where families can get into the holiday spirit by cutting their own fresh Christmas tree. Randall Benton Sacramento Bee file

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November 26, 2014 04:00 PM

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