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'Every container has a story': Christmas trees bound for Hong Kong stuck at Port of Tacoma
In 30 years, nothing compares to what Christmas tree farmers John and Carol Tillman are faced with this season.

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'Every container has a story': Christmas trees bound for Hong Kong stuck at Port of Tacoma

In 30 years, nothing compares to what Christmas tree farmers John and Carol Tillman are faced with this season.

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