And in that we had scruples. We were not skulking through the lot at The Home Depot at three o'clock in the morning, or robbing a Douglas fir from the Knights of Columbus. It was just that we were less than particular about property lines. When I was a child, we never bought a tree.
O Christmas Tree (Hudson, Robert A.)
We got an ax, or a handsaw, and went into the woods. It would have been a scene straight off a Christmas card, if we had actually gone hunting for one on our own land, which we did not have. I guess it was poaching in a way, but it seemed harmless.
In the deep woods, it was more like we were just thinning the herd, rather than stealing. And, I doubt if a landowner ever walked up to a stump and said, "I'll see them Bragg boys swing for this.
So we decided to steal them from the State of Alabama. We would cruise the bigger roads and highways until we saw one on the state right-of-way. Sliding to a halt in the loose gravel, car tires smoking, I would leap from the truck with my ax. Three to six whacks would do it, unless I saw a car coming. Then I froze, trying to look innocent—with an ax in my hands. That was a long time ago. I have not stolen a tree, from Alabama or anywhere else, for 35 years. You got a much better quality of tree, when it was stole.
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Posted by fantasticunicorn 6 Jun I've got the DVD of it it is so funny. Report comment number 4. Report comment number 3.
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