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Sunday, December 4, 2016

Merrickville and a teeny tree.

Christmas is such a fun time to visit some of our little towns in the area. I mentioned in one of my recent posts that we visited Merrickville to do a bit of Christmas shopping.
It was alive with glitter and excitement.


Beautiful shops everywhere.
But no snow today.




love

Animals of all sorts were out and about taking in the Christmas festivities.
We went for a walk on family land today and found this little guy.
He'll do just fine for the mouse-house.

Let the decorating begin. "Please...Audrey."  :-{

hugs, Deb

19 comments:

  1. How wonderful that you can cut a tree down from your own land! It's a sweet little pine. I can't wait to see it all decorated in the mouse house (with Audrey peeking out). -Jenn

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  2. Well, if the weather moves like usual, you'll be seeing the snow we are getting right this very moment in a day or two! Personally, I could wait a few weeks longer before it goes all white!

    I love your town. It's such a charming place -- the perfect Christmas town, like a Hallmark movie!

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  3. Deb, I have to tell you that I found a wreath exactly like the one you have on your hutch and, since I fell in love with it on your blog post the other day, I sent for it. Can't wait for it to arrive!
    Envy your trips to Merrickville.........someday, maybe.
    We have more snow here in Nebr. than you do up there in Canada! And more on the way, we hear.
    I miss our kitties more at Christmas time than any other time of the year so it's great to get a peek at your Annie and A.A. every so often. Thanks for that! Love from Nebraska ><>

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  4. What a cute little tree! Hope Audrey leaves it alone! haha.

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  5. Merrickville looks so lovely and Christmasy. Looking forward to seeing your decorated tree.

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  6. I love visiting the towns around me and seeing the lovely Christmas decorations! Oh that is a sweet tree! Hugs!

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  7. Love that tree!!!
    Enjoy your day..
    Cheers!
    Linda :o)

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  8. Makes the holiday that much cozier, when the tree comes from your own land.

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  9. What a beautiful town you were visit. It looks like a great place to feel the holidays spirit this days.Great pictures!
    Dana

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  10. You found a great tree for the mouse house!

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  11. What fun to see all the animal friends out & about in their Christmas finery. Your tree looks perfect - can't wait to see it decorated, with Audrey's approval of course. :)

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  12. What a neat region you live in; some snow would be nice, though, just to help the mood.

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  13. Lovely photos , Looks like all had a fun time that day . Cute tree . Thanks for sharing , Have a good day !

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  14. Audrey's looking forward to knocking the tree over.

    I assume you've got snow on the ground now!

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  15. What a gorgeous tree! And oh my goodness that pig! Looks to be a lively little town with loads of Christmas cheer. Keep on enjoying the festivities!

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  16. The little town looks like something out of a story book. I love the Santa and the horses and the dogs. Can't wait to see the tree all decorated.

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  17. I can't wait to see your sweet teeny tree all decorated, Deb!!

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  18. Love your pics of Merrickville! And noticed the Tea House.. I'm sure you must spend some time there. I have been away in New Orleans for the past few weeks, so sending you a Happy Belated Thanksgiving!

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  19. Beautiful sights! That looks like the perfect tree!

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