Monday, November 30, 2009

Christmas in Georgetown, Colorado

My favorite place in Colorado was featured in the second edition of the original Victoria magazine.  I somehow missed the first edition but started my subscription with the winter 87/88 issue.  It featured Georgetown, Colorado and the beautiful Victorian houses there.........
Of course...the movie made there
by the late John Denver really
endeared me to the town tucked
into a valley about an hour west
of Denver.


Who doesn't love  Uncle Bud and the Buzy Bee Cab Company.This movie is hard to find...and this is an old video...but I highly recommend it!

10 comments:

Storybook Woods said...

How funny, I was just reading that Victoria last night and thinking I needed to watch the Christmas gift. How lucky you are to live by there. Clarice

Fairy Footprints said...

What a wonderful post, I love the pictures.

Have a great Monday.

Blessings



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Carolyn said...

I will have to hunt for that one. I love all the Victoria magazines too!

Carolyn

Angela McRae said...

Ooh, I have that issue and will have to go look up that story! Thanks for sharing this!

Southern Touch Catering said...

Hi Bernideen, I've missed a few visits and just had to tell you how BEAUTIFUL your store front is!!!
It must be such fun decorating for the holidays.
I'm with you on the Christmas thoughts. Giving God the glory and celebrating the Savior's birth. So no happy holidays here- but a big ol' MERRY CHRISTMAS!!

Sarah said...

Yes, you are luck to live there. Thanks for sharing this delightful post. ~ Sarah

Marilyn Miller said...

Oh we use to visit Georgetown every November when we would be in Colorado for Thanksgiving. My in-laws lived near Denver and Georgetown was so fun to visit, just beautiful.

Miss Jen said...

How cute~ ;)

Lorna said...

I loved all the Victoria magazine volumes! Such beautiful photography and articles. I especially loved Nancy Lindemeyer's column. I surely miss that magazine!

Cori G. said...

Hi Bernideen, I seem to have missed that issue and the houses look so lovely. Maybe you could post a few of the images so we could take a peek inside ;-).
I hope you're staying warm.

xoxo Cori