TIME FOR A LITTLE CHRISTMAS DECORATION – Marilyn Armstrong

Christmas down by the Mumford River 
Another square for BeckyB

In downtown Uxbridge, they have decorated the park. I think this is the first time I’ve seen more than the snowflakes. They’ve been around for a few years. But this year, we have reindeer, an elf, a couple of snow guys and a big red sleigh. That’s huge for little old Uxbridge.

A snow guy along the Mumford dam in downtown Uxbridge

Since we have a park and a river and two dams in the middle of town, it’s quite decorative. Since we were getting dentistry done next door, I got lucky and took some pictures.

Time is a ‘wasting! It will be Christmas next Tuesday!

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. I am retired and delighted to be so. May I live long and write frequently.

21 thoughts on “TIME FOR A LITTLE CHRISTMAS DECORATION – Marilyn Armstrong”

    1. English Uxbridge (our twin town, by the way) is really just a close suburb of London, right? It was probably a real town, once. We have a lot of towns like that that have really become Boston. They were originally their “own” places. There’s another BIG Uxbridge in Canada, which I think (not sure) is near Toronto.

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      1. It’s on the outskirts of London, about same distance out as Heathrow. You are correct to call it a suburb though as it a London borough. It has quite a history and as you say once would have been a small town. Cities encroach the world over!

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  1. It looks like a nice day! (I did not look too closely at the snow and mud!) 😉

    It’s also looking a lot more like Christmas! 🙂

    Happy Winter Solstice! 🙂 (Summer one down here – 41Deg C today! (106F))

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