Monday, 30 November 2015

Christmas In Sherbrooke Village


Yesterday afternoon, we visited Sherbrooke Village.  It was cold but the sun shone for the short time that we wandered around after we had a Victorian afternoon tea.

Santa's laundry was drying on the line outside his workshop.


It looks like he arrived by boat as this one was nearby, complete with Christmas tree.


The old houses were all decked out for Christmas.  It looks magical after dark with all the lights, but we didn't manage to visit for the lights ceremony this year.


The icy wind coming off the Ocean meant that we cut our visit short.  After tea and a brief walk around, we headed for home, but it was a pleasant afternoon out.

The end of November marks the end of the NaBloPoMo challenge.  I haven't managed to post every day this month, though I did my best.  This is the first year that I've participated in the challenge, but failed to complete it.  Sometimes, life gets in the way of blogging.

3 comments:

Tracy said...

Sherbrooke is LOVELY! Such wonderful decorating and festive cheer! I'm always amazed how you try for blogging daily in November. I think you did excellent this year too, Marie! I've not been able to visit daily, so just catching up on your last posts. Life, you know... ;) ((HUGS))

Rosie said...

Oh, that looks very festive, love Santa's washing line. It looks and sounds very cold though, I don't blame you for wanting to get back home where it's warm:)

Rosie said...

Just popping by to wish you a Happy Christmas and all my best wishes for 2016:)