Tuesday, December 19, 2006



Here is the pond, with the ice skaters. The effect is lost when the mini-blinds are reflected in the "ice", but you get the idea. Posted by Picasa

15 comments:

Angie said...

I need to show you my village. Yours is just wonderful!

Bob-kat said...

Lovely village. It really does add to the festive feel and exactly the sort of thing I adored as a child! I am sure your Grandchildren will love it :-)

Merry Christmas!

Alan G said...

LOL...I didn't realize the "pond" was a reflection and thought one of the skaters had fallen on their "ass"!

Really like the village....where is the snow machine?

Beverly said...

I love your village. Thanks for the visit.

No_Newz said...

That is a cute village! Can't imagine what it looks like when you do "go all out" wow! The grandkids really will love it and the tree. When they are grown they are going to have very fond memories.

Granny Annie said...

I am exhausted from touring your splendid village. It takes all my energy just to put up a few decorations -- I can't imagine how you can do all this. Thank you for sharing!

Sonia said...

Dickens Village is just wonderful!

Shephard said...

Wow. Always wanted to get one of those fun villages,but never had the room.
Great shots,very Christmassy.
~S

Granny Annie said...

I browse the agless project and find so many neat folks like you. That's how I found you.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Oh I'm so glad you decided to show us these darling little houses and the people and skaters, etc....It's like a wonderful little mini charming small village...So sweet, Judy...Congratulations to Mr. Kenju and to you!

Anonymous said...

Charles (and Tiny Tim) would be very proud of you. Like I am....

pickalish said...

I've always wanted to start one of these, but get overwhelmed when I see how much stuff there is out there. Yours is wonderful!!

srp said...

If I were your grandchild I would spend hours just gazing at it, trying to see all the little details. You AND Mr. Kenju would love the fairy castle at the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. I could look at that for hours too.

Claude said...

I just love your Dickens village Judy, it's wonderful

Carmi said...

I have a tremendous sense of admiration for the skill and patience you have to make something like this.

Consider me awestruck.