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December 17, 2015

Plymouth at Christmas

Now that the summer's over and the tourists are gone, it's much easier to find free parking in Plymouth, even if a lot of the stores are closed for the season.  



This is lit at night but I don't think I'll be going up there to see it in the dark.  It's cool though.  I hear Provincetown does a lobster trap tree too.







Then I drove up to Court Street to take pics of the Christmas windows.

This store sells imported food and stuff from England.  It's been in Plymouth forever...as long as I can remember.  I stopped in and got some Flake Bars.


In the window of one of my fave stores, Laughing Moon boutique.


I could seriously buy everything in this shop.





Squeeeee!  I love orcas!





I was bummed this store was closed...the beaded items they sell are so cool.



17 comments:

  1. That sure is an awesome looking place!

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    1. It's one of my fave places, Plymouth. I'd move up there if I could.

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  2. Lots of nice things you are sharing with us on your blog today.
    I really liked the unique and colourful lobster trap tree. Enjoy the season!
    Greetings from Stavanger / Norway.

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    1. Thank you so much for visiting my blog!

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  3. Lover the lobster trap trees. Clever. Some interesting this to be bought. Just been to our bank and they had a tree up with big red balls sporting the bank's logo. I wanted one, they are cool.

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    1. I'm surprised your bank doesn't offer the balls to their customers. I'm surprised that Sandwich hasn't done a lobster trap tree at the marina.

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  4. I love love love the lobster-trap Christmas tree!

    That shop looks wonderful. I want to hang out there. It might deal with my Christmas shopping properly.

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    1. I could buy everything in that store. Honestly could. There are a lot of cool stores! I wish I could see the trap tree lit but I can't drive in the dark.

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  5. Hey JoJo,

    Fantastic photos and I had a real close look at them. I've been to Plymouth and it didn't look the Plymouth in your photos! :)

    Gary

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    1. Thanks Gary! It would be fun for me to visit England hit up all the towns that our towns are named after.

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    2. You'd be here for the next several years! LOL

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    3. You say that like it's a bad thing. lol

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    4. Nah, it would be several years of you visiting all those towns and enjoying all the parades in your honour, um, honor! :)

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  6. I don't ever remember going to Plymouth but it is a place that I'd like to visit especially for the history.

    Arlee Bird
    Tossing It Out

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    1. There is so much history here....not just in Plymouth but all of Massachusetts. The Wampanoag Indians here have a decidedly different view of how 'history' went in this region, and honestly, they aren't wrong.

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  7. The colours in the photos are amazing. I love the British shop,lol.

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    1. The British shop is awesome. I got some Flake bars, a Lion bar and some Christmas crackers!

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