Saturday, December 24, 2011

Tales of a Traveling Weaver, Chapter 4: Reindeer and such

There are many ways for Santa to get around...

If you live in Dolores it looks like the reindeer pull the Galloping Goose.  I'm not sure how they get to places without tracks, but perhaps they have a way. (This Galloping Goose #5 carried mail, freight, and passengers in the San Juans from 1933 to 1949. It was easier to maintain than a steam engine... though clearly now it needs reindeer help for mobility.)

In Cortez apparently they have substituted reindeer with Toyotas:

A wee tiny elf left his stocking at my house. I hope his toes aren't cold.


Regardless of how Santa gets around in your town, I hope that you have a wonderful holiday weekend with your loved ones.

1 comment:

  1. Rebecca,

    I've really been enjoying reading your exploration musings... I didn't even know that there was A Canyon of The Ancients National Monument! It looks pretty cool (temp & scenery-wise)!

    I hope you & Emmy have a cozy Christmas... now I'm off to get medieval on some condor toes!

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