A snowbird shows photos from southwest Florida and southern New England and other places he goes.
I especially like the houses waiting to be decorated by children! This speaks of Christmas spirit to me, Joy through experiences.
When I saw the first pic, Jack, I thought that was your humble abode and you were preparing for a Christmas party. I bet the kids had some old school fun decorating the gingerbread houses.
We used to do gingerbread houses for my two sons. One year the dog ate one, then drank her water bowl dry, as the roof was decorated with red hots. The next day thee dog reached the other boy's gingerbread house and ate the house without eating the roof.
It does look like fun!! Love the gingerbread houses and such lovely decorations!!
Now, I need a glass of milk to 'get busy'.
Look at all that gingerbread. Those kids are going to have a great time.
Very festive! I love the touches of red. BTW, my nephew, T.J. Courtney, is playing an acoustic show at Up or On the Rocks in Hartford tonight. he is opening for a British Band called Young Guns. The show is free, sponsored by WCCC.
Now ummm... what's the age limit for children? :-)
All those houses will become a great and fabulous city for all the kids!
I really think somebody has to check if these are any good...
Those Amaryllis are gorgeous - such full blooms!
I could help them eat some, if they want. :)
I thought you'd been busy, Jack. Those little houses are cute, sounds a fun idea.
Here is a whole village, nice those little houses.
Bet they smell good! It would be hard not to just eat those gingerbread houses.
In Seattle, pro chefs have a competition each year and then they're auctioned off for charity...
Ah! This is a gorgeous capture Jack with all those ginger-bread houses waiting to be embellished.
I just love that name Jack..Pond House, it sounds like something out of 'The Wind in the Willows' ..gingerbread houses mmmm yum!!
Jack, I love these three images. You captured the place with 3 different POV's!V
these houses look very cute!
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