Thursday, December 29, 2016

Another year goes

 We celebrated Christmas across the pond in Victoria.  It's only 20 miles as the crow flies, but that puny crow couldn't carry both of us at the same time so we took the ferry.  It's tradition to have tea at Murchie's and I'm all about tradition.  Or is it that I'm all about ignoring tradition?  I forget.

The British Columbia Legislature Building gets dolled up for the holidays.

 Al aka Dick Button near the skating rink.  One little word (near not on) changes things so.

 The Gardens are decorated with the Twelve Days of Christmas, presented to you in no particular order.   Here are the ten lords (frog princes) a-leaping from behind the hedge.
Too bad that most of my evening shots can't possibly do justice to the stunning light show and the glory of the gardens by night.  You'll just have to go there yourself.

 Pipers Piping.

 Three French Hens.

 The sunken garden.

 Maids a-milking

 Ladies Dancing

Geese a-laying

 I couldn't leave you without food highlights.

Now let's all go clean up the Christmas leftovers, pack away the decorations, and get ready to welcome 2017.  May all your dreams be pleasant and all your wishes come true.

1 comment:

  1. Did you knit the scarf? It's very nice. Danna