Kitsap residents have a bounty of options when it comes to picking a Christmas tree.
There are, of course, no shortage of stores and tree lots offering pre-cut firs, pines and spruces.
For families who want to harvest their own, the county home to more than 500 acres of planted Christmas trees, with U-cut farms dotted across the peninsula.
So if a tree is part of your holiday tradition, where do you plan to get yours this this year? (Or where did you already grab one?)
If you need help finding a tree this year, the Kitsap Sun has a handy guide to u-cut farms and lots on the peninsula.
Photo by Larry Steagall. See a gallery of Larry’s Christmas tree shots here.