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Spirit of Christmas 2017
We hardy few: festivities continue in spite of rain
December 12, 2017
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Spirit of Christmas 2017
Santa, at least one elf, and the Grinch visited Brantley’s for breakfast.
Spirit of Christmas 2017
Snow fell at the side door.
Spirit of Christmas 2017
The morning market was empty except for Irma Bond and Bob Lyons, who sells fresh eggs. Bob left early. Irma stayed.
Spirit of Christmas 2017
The Bean featured an ornament workshop for kids and adults, with free hot chocolate.
Spirit of Christmas 2017
Alexis Skurjunis dressed for the weather, selling her custom mosaics from the shelter of Marsha’s Cottage.
Spirit of Christmas 2017
The windy weather was perfect for Jennifer Del Rio’s wind chimes.
Spirit of Christmas 2017
Dave Sargent’s roasted red pepper tomato bisque coaxed visitors in from the cold. Towndock.net staff went back for seconds.
Spirit of Christmas 2017
Pre-parade preparations.
Spirit of Christmas 2017
The color guard opens every parade.
Spirit of Christmas 2017
A theme emerged early: 5 o’clock somewhere.
Spirit of Christmas 2017
Mayor Sally Belangia and her husband Ken in their themed golf cart. Ken serenaded the crowd with Jimmy Buffett karaoke.
Spirit of Christmas 2017
The Provision Company supplemented their Hawaiian shirts with long-sleeved thermals.
Spirit of Christmas 2017
A small reindeer and her mother wave to the crowds.
Spirit of Christmas 2017
Golf carts are the transportation of choice.
Spirit of Christmas 2017
The four legged residents of Oriental took also walked in the parade.
Spirit of Christmas 2017
Santa Pup knows if you’ve been bad or good.
Spirit of Christmas 2017
A dog and his pet carrier.
Spirit of Christmas 2017
Spirit of Christmas 2017
Off-Shore Rafting handed out candy to the kids.
Spirit of Christmas 2017
And featured a fiery hula hoop dancer who bravely hooped in the cold.

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Posted Tuesday December 12, 2017 by Allison DeWeese


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