SkyBitz said it is there to make sure you can be a part of every stop along the Capitol Christmas tree’s 4,500-mi. journey. Visit trackthetree.com to view the tree’s real-time location from the Stanislaus National Forest, located in the Central Sierra Nevada Mountains of California, to the west lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. When the tree arrives at its home on Nov. 28, SkyBitz will have tracked its progress the whole way, the company noted.
SkyBitz said visitors to the site can: see the latest location of the tree; interact with followers on Facebook and Twitter; learn how SkyBitz is tracking the tree; view images from the road; get a full schedule of stops; and read blog entries about this year’s celebration.