Christmas all year round…

I taught in New Braunfels, TX, Friday and Saturday. The New Braunfles Area Quilt Guild is full of very nice ladies and we all had a good time. On the drive to and from class, I got to see some of the town and I want to share a bit of what I saw.

I sincerely hope that this building used to have balconeys in front of those doors. It’s a long drop to the ground!

This building and the historic courthouse on the downtown square is made from the white rock that is famous in this part of Texas. I think it’s limestone.

Mary says that this Victorian house has amazing lights at Christmas. The owners keep it decorated for Christmas all year round.

The sleigh is an interesting touch – especially at this time of year. Spring has sprung in New Braunfels and hot summer will be here before you know it. I think those folks in the sleigh need to take their jackets off before they melt :-).

3 thoughts on “Christmas all year round…

  1. What beautiful pictures of buildings–I love the look of stone buildings and have always wanted to live in one??? I really think that one house should take inthe sleigh for the summer–those poor people will surely melt like frosty does!!! Just.,Di Ps had to change the name of my blogsite–it’s now called


  2. Hi Becky!Great photos! I bet the two story building without the balcony was used for unloading grain at one time. I think it was a mill of some sort. Thanks for the wonderful workshop. I have a renewed interest in applique now that I know it does not have to be so stressful!Hugs,Mary


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