The Christmas Village is still up — as beautiful as ever.
But the time is coming for it to come down.
If you thought you would stop and see it and watch the train run around the track, better do it this week.
Certain Man is talking about taking it down this weekend.
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I’m so glad I got to see your winter wonderland. You’ll have to post pictures of the process of dissembling it. Mark and I thought we were coming down to the “Sunny South” but it sure hasn’t been They say tomorrow should warm up a bit. Hope so!
i just might stop by – my little ones would love it!! I have thought of stopping – but am ususally on a misssion 🙂
I would love to see it sometime. Maybe next Christmas we will have to bring Dick and Jean Stauffer!
I would still love to see it sans kids. Everytime I look at it I imagine me asking you how much was that piece and where can I buy the replacement? Ikezilla would love it!
This is such a nice tradition for adults every bit as much as for children. So beautiful.
I loved seeing your village in real life. It’s one of the prettiest I’ve ever seen. I will be looking forward to you posting pictures of it next year as well!
Thank you for sharing your winter wonderland with us. How many years of collections would that be? Too bad there are so many miles between us. I would love to see it in person.
I just am going to have to cyber visit I guess. Thanks for the pictures.
Thank you! I’m glad you had a good time with Ernie. We plan to see him at a very late family Christmas in March. Have a wonderful rest of the week!