a gladstone holiday evening


 A return visit to the Atkins-Johnson Farm and Museum found the scene much as we had left it the year before.  Indeed, it proved itself similar to it had been 100 years ago. 

Greeted at the door by carolers, the interior stood warm and inviting, though somewhat crowded, early in the evening.  A variety of activities absorbed the interested of short folks, including the opportunity to receive a free wooden toy, and have a chat with Santa, all while dribbling hot apple cider and scattering cookie crumbs throughout house.  

Out at the campfire, others enjoyed the offering of roasted chestnuts, and the opportunity to lightly socialize on the topic.  All in all, this low-key Christmas experience warmed heart and soul for attendees of the evening events.


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