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Where do you dispose of your Christmas tree in Ashe County?

countrygal88

Posted 4:43 pm, 01/04/2019

Maybe next year...I only have room for one tree though. Not sure how I’d narrow down the amount of people I dislike to just one who was derserving of that.

jack rip her

Posted 4:19 pm, 01/04/2019

Stick it up someones hind side you don't like.

countrygal88

Posted 3:41 pm, 01/04/2019

That is true but I’m fairly close to the disposal site about every morning . So It just made sense to properly dispose of it rather than to Toss it into the woods onto someone else’s property one morning as I’m taking my kid to school.

aFicIoNadoS

Posted 3:29 pm, 01/04/2019

It’s Ashe. There are woods everywhere. Probably closer than the park.

billythemountain

Posted 3:25 pm, 01/04/2019

I invite a bunch of people over, we get hammered and grill food, then burn ours in my backyard the day after Epiphany. Lest we forget, it’s still technically Christmas.

countrygal88

Posted 3:01 pm, 01/04/2019

There aren't any woods near my house or I would have.

aFicIoNadoS

Posted 2:49 pm, 01/04/2019

Dump it in the woods. It’s a tree.

countrygal88

Posted 10:51 am, 01/04/2019

Thank You Tabs!

Tabs

Posted 4:52 pm, 01/03/2019

The parking lot across from the entrance to Ashe Park......through Jan.11.

Mr.Clodhopper

Posted 1:27 pm, 01/03/2019

Possibly the landfill, they don't accept them at the dumpster sites because it takes space away from normal day to day trash.

countrygal88

Posted 1:24 pm, 01/03/2019

The convenience center wont take them and the attendant said he wasn't sure about where I could take it.

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