Blogmas 2014: Day 12: Winter Wonderland pics of where you live



Well... it really does not look too much like Christmas or winter around here now. It looked more wintery closer to Thanksgiving than now! LOL

So, I will share with you some pictures of our recent Christmas parade in town that Rebecca got to walk in....












This is our town's annual kickoff to the Christmas season and so is representative of where I live. 

Comments

  1. We lost our snow too but I don't mind. I'm sure there's much more to come!!

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    1. I like snow as long as I can stay inside and don't have to travel. Hopefully we will both have snow on Christmas!

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  2. Looks like a great town to live in :) We had snow back in November but nothing now either, so weird LOL

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    1. Thanks. We like it. :) Hopefully we both have snow for Christmas.

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  3. Annual parade to kick off Christmas sounds really good!

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    1. It is fun for our town. Thanks for commenting.

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  4. Our Christmas parade is tomorrow. NO snow and 56* is forcasted!

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    1. It was in the high 40s and not snowing or raining for our parade. First time since we have lived here that it wasn't raining or snowing. Hope you had a nice parade!

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  5. There's nothing as jolly and fun as a Christmas parade! Wonderful photos full of Christmas spirit. ;)

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    1. I agree. There is something special about Christmas parades! Thanks for reading and commenting!

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    1. It was. Rebecca had a blast! Thanks for reading and commenting!

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    1. It was. Rebecca had a lot of fun and the weather cooperated this year! Thanks for reading and commenting!

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  8. Very fun parade! I love a nice Christmas Parade :)

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