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Together, the evergreen trees stand on the Mira Mesa corner across from the community park. The corner traffic light keeps holiday season drivers on their way down the well timed boulevard's lines of blocks.

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Sales made by the local high school draw in the first counts among the Christmas multitudes. One block east of the main Camino Ruiz intersection, thriving holiday business just began to grow.

Bargains made on the usual farmers market lot will wait until after the branches cut from the trees all become mulch.

Christmas tree farm stock rushes in. The yearly main sales tradition keeps locals at work on the drives in San DIego.

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