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Another Holiday, New Decorations for Tree

Wednesday, March 23, 2016 @ 3:53 AM

Prince George, B.C. – The little spruce tree in Cottonwood Island Park in Prince George has been decked out again,  and this time,  it’s an Easter theme.eastertree2

First it was Christmas,  then Valentines Day, then St. Patrick’s Day,  so  you just knew the folks who  dress up the tree in advance of holidays would be back  to  celebrate Easter.

Under the cover of darkness,  the  holiday tree decorators,  have  hung Easter eggs,  pastel coloured garland,  and even   added an Easter Bunny  tree topper to the little  spruce that  has become  the harbinger of holidays.

Beneath the tree,   rocks shaped like Easter eggs have been  painted  a variety of  designs.

The  mystery decorators  always remove the decorations once the holiday has passed.

So what’s  next?

Mother’s Day  and  Victoria Day should both present interesting  challenges for  the mystery decorators.



Destruction of public property, vandalism, entitlement to do as one please regardless of others perception or belief system, and forcing belief system on others.

    Are you kidding me? What the heck is the matter with you Loki!!! It’s just a decorated tree. Let me see…bombs in Belgium or festive trees? What should we be upset about today? Anyways… I LOVE it! Thank you to whoever is doing this for our pleasure. It’s very kind and thoughtful.

      I second that, CanWeMakeADifference?. People will find anything and everything to be offended by these days! It’s quite ridiculous considering what else is going on around the world, and honestly, just quite ridiculous in general.

Ahh, I think old Loki was stirring the pot.
Anyway, from what I have heard, the decorations mysteriously disappear after the holiday they are intended to mark, so no harm done says I.

Congratulations Loki! You’ve managed to get a negative score that’s even lower than the negative scores that the “lefties” usually give me, haha!

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