The Victorian Street Walk took place last night. It's an annual city celebration of our Victorian heritage! Broadway is made into a pedestrian mall for a few hours. It is soooo much fun to be able to walk in the middle of the street!
The lights are wonderful. The weather was perfect - cold but not too cold. A few snowflakes would have been nice, but we can't have it all!
There is a festival of trees with hundreds of decorated Christmas trees.
Here is my little elf having some hot chocolate in-between singing duties at the Living Nativity.
Father Christmas made an appearance!
And his reindeer of course!
Our friend Carter doing his boogie thing to the music!
The great band playing in the pharmacy!
The wonder of an ice sculpture!
This was great - it is two Civil War reenactors walking down the street singing a drunken song!
It was a beautiful night - let the Christmas season begin!
- I live in beautiful Saratoga Springs, NY. I have a husband who is a masters rower and a daughter obsessed with all things Japanese. I'm a knitter and a spinner! When I spin too much yarn I list it on my Etsy shop www.saratogaspinning.etsy.com.
My husband is also a master metalsmith and creates wonderful wrought iron wine racks displayed at www.oldworldwinerackdesigns.
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