Christmas, Michigan

We first visited the tiny town of Christmas back in 1982 with Dave and Donna Pearson. It was pathetic even back then — notice the rotund snowman behind us.

The gift shop and Santa in the above photo are still there. While my wife and daughter browsed, I took this shot.

Inexplicably, there was a large plywood Old Lady Who Lived in a Shoe behind the shop. When my daughter came out, I had her pose. I told you she liked kids.

The rest of the town consists of a campground, a casino and an abandoned gift shop with a giant Mrs. Claus who has lost her head when you look at her from the west.


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One Response to Christmas, Michigan

  1. karen says:

    awww … you crazy kids in love. :-)

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