Christmas decor takes on a desert aire when evergreens are not plentiful. We enjoyed decorated mesquite along one roadway we traveled. Ten to fifteen decorated trees were embellished by a variety of themes for several miles along our route.
Honoring American soldiers
Red Hat Society
Extra sparkles!!! They really show up in the desert sunshine!
Enjoy a lovely day and your Christmas decor, no matter what style or design you share!
Thanks for sharing these pictures. I've never been in a desert over the holidays, and I never really thought about how they would decorate along the way. Very interesting!ReplyDelete
. . .and here I imagined you snug as bugs up at the cabin. I would have never guessed the dessert. Your tree pictures are great.ReplyDelete
It is amazing how our holidays look a bit different depending on where we live! We were blessed this Christmas with a snowfall, a real rarity for us! But somehow that just said "Christmas" to me. But Christmas in the desert would be a whole new experience! Special none the less.ReplyDelete
Enjoy the upcoming holiday,
beautiful decorations. MaryReplyDelete
glad you celebrated a wonderfully merry christmas! the pictures are fabulous!ReplyDelete
Viva la differance'ReplyDelete
or something like that...
A Happy anniversary to you, It looks like you passed through Utah. How far south did you make it?ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing ..I have never been in a place like this, but looks pretty.ReplyDelete
Our first christmas in Southern California, I missed the snow so much so Emery drove me out to the dessert and I got to see decorated Joshua trees with snow on them. Christmas is wonderful just about any place we are with the right attitude : )ReplyDelete
Welcome home, LaDonna! I've missed your posts. :o)ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing the desert photos...they're incredible.
What fabulous decorations!ReplyDelete
Happy belated Anniversary and Christmas.
Have a wonderfully blessed NEW YEAR!
Now that's cool! Decorating Mesquite trees in the desert. I like it!ReplyDelete
What beautiful decorations! I hope this Christmas season has been full of much joy for you.ReplyDelete