Three weeks and about 4,000 miles later, the Capitol Christmas Tree has completed its cross-country journey from the Payette National Forest in Idaho to Washington, D.C.
The Engelmann spruce arrived at Joint Base Andrews Thursday night.
Senator Mike Crapo posted a live video of the tree arriving in Washington D.C.
"It's really special. This tree was selected out of all the national forests across the country to represent the Payette National Forest at the U.S. Capitol," said Keith Lannom, Payette National Forest supervisor. "So we're very proud to bring it here to share with the nation and celebrate Christmas."
The tree stopped at 31 locations along the way.
The lighting ceremony will take place on December 6 on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol.
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