Tree RouteFrom Wyoming To Washington D.C.
Wyoming's gift to the United States Capitol will be a nearly perfect tree from the Bridger-Teton National Forest. Likely taller than a 7-story building at harvest, the tree will be cut on Saturday, November 6, 2010 and will tour the state of Wyoming for 7 days. After the Wyoming tour, the Capitol Christmas Tree 2010 will embark upon another tour across the country on its way to Washington, D.C.
Route for 2010 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree
Evanston - 4:00pm Rail Yards
[November 11, Veteran's Day]
Big Piney - 12:00pm - 1:30pm Fine Arts Building
Pinedale - 2:45pm Sublette County Public Library
Wamsutter - 2:30pm - 3:00pm Love Gas station
Rawlins - 5:00pm On West Cedar between 5th and 6th street
Dubois - 11:30am - 1:30pm Main Corner
Riverton - 3:00pm Airport
Cody - 3:00pm Next to the Irma
Buffalo - 3:15pm WYDOT yard
Laramie - 3:00pm Territorial Prison
Douglas - 11:00am - 1:00pm Hank's Hardware
Gillette - 3:00pm Gillette Tech College
Sturgis - 12:00pm - 1:15pm Lynns Dakomart
Chamberlain - 5:30pm School
Blue Earth - 3:30pm Fairbauet Co. Fairgrounds
Columbia, MO - 6:30pm
[November 25, Thanksgiving Day]
Track the journey of the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree 2010 from its origin in the Bridger-Teton National Forest of Wyoming to Washington, D.C. On November 29, 2010 the tree will be presented to the United States Congress. The first time Wyoming has ever given the annual Christmas tree to the U.S. Capitol, this historic project is delivering not only a tree taller than a 7-story building, but nearly 10,000 handmade ornaments and 80 companion trees that will be placed in offices throughout the Capitol Complex.