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December 13, 2010
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6 Comments |
Diana Ashkenasy says:
Thank you so much for sharing. I was wondering what the decorations looked like this year. Can’t see much of any decorating on the web cams.
Joy Filled Holiday Season to All
Carol Gillo says:
I think all the wreaths are beautiful and I wish so much I could see them in person! Thanks for sharing them with us.
Mary Lou Heinz says:
I was in Colonial Williamsburg with family last week – there were so many beautiful wreaths it would be hard to pick a favorite. I especially liked the ones with lemons and oranges.
The Honey Bee Wreath was the Best this year
Cherryn Whisler says:
I was there last weekend for the Grand Illumination. I really enjoyed all the wreaths. My favorite was the one made with the balls of yarn. Beautiful. Who won for the resident contest?
Colonial Williamsburg says:
Winners this year in the professional category are the James Moir House and Ludwell Tenement.
Resident winners are the John Crump House, Greenhow Tenement Kitchen, Red Lion Tavern, and the George Reid House.
Take a look at Tour the Town to find these great houses on a map!
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