From Business Insider.
This year’s iconic Rockefeller Christmas tree was found in someone’s yard in Oneonta, NY four years ago. To get the donated, 75-foot-tall tree to Manhattan took a team of dozens of workers, huge cranes, and a 115-foot trailer. While this year’s Norway Spruce ended up as full and bright as past years’, it had its fair share of viral moments, with an orphaned owl, COVID-19 restrictions, and rumors of tree extensions.
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