Welcome to the holiday edition of where I live, Nevada City, CA. Here are shots from a day I went with the family to Victorian Christmas. I don’t usually go during the day event, but this time we did. It did get dark before we left so I could enjoy the lights. Happy Holidays from our town to yours!
Here are three shots from the top of Broad Street. The vendors are in the middle of the closed road. See the mountain in the background? That’s where I live.
Yes, we did go see Santa. Usually, Santa sends out his helpers, but this year he was there in person. Thanks for the visit, Santa. Unfortunately in exchange for that knowledge, I can’t share the pictures of him.
Next to a local book store and the Chamber of Commerce are the restrooms. Pretty fancy area.
The Christmas Tree woman is here every year with the solider. Father Christmas made an appearence. The next picture with the bright pink tree is from one of my favorite store windows.
If you have ever seen the movie “A Christmas Card” that is the church used in the Hallmark movie. Of course, that’s City Hall and then what used to be a really cool house now turned really cool inn.
This picture is from two years ago. It’s the National Hotel’s balcony and my favorite view of town. Right now its closed for renovation so no shot this year. The sign is from a Victorian Christmas past.
Wishing you the happiest of holidays with you and yours. Embrace your holiday child, D. L. Finn