Welcome to the ongoing weekly series called Tuesday Travelogue. We are in our 72nd week! Each week, some ActiveRain bloggers are spotlighted to take us somewhere we may not have been on some kind of virtual travel (and it doesn't cost a dime!). Here is the purpose:
to enjoy the ride"
"take a trip without even leaving the farm"
"expand your horizons"
"see through someone else's eyes"
and hopefully much more!
I'm feeling festive. Hope to find you in the same frame of mind and that I can find bloggers who've highlighted their area's ideas of the upcoming or annual holidays.
Big Canoe, Georgia is our first stop. I absolutely LOVE THAT NAME. You have to check out the decorated covered bridges, and the rustic Christmas Decor--such a welcoming community, and I want to thank Rosemarie Heindel for a festive pre-Christmas sight to welcome the holidays!
Have you ever heard of a Tumbleweed Christmas tree? Do you even know where tumbleweeds reside?? Well, let Troy Erickson show you this special annual tradition and how it came about in Chandler, Arizona!
Not sure what this is that's decorated, but most assuredly, those in Clarksville Tennessee will know! I wasn't sure if this was a tiny house (they are becoming wildly popular!) or a fancy horse trailer...maybe you can visit Debbie Reynold's post and ask!
I searched Christmas localism in our ActiveRain search engine and came up with this really great Christmas post for all of us to do! I loved this idea, originated by Margaret Woda and re- blogged by Candace Robinson. This was way back in 2007, but I think it still applies..sending holiday greetings and thank yous to our troops.
I tried to go into the link that had been sponsored by Xerox (in this past post), but it doesn't work anymore. So I did some searching and found a site called A Million Thanks and here is a video that shares what you can do. Here's a drop-off location list good for most states.
Happy December, stay warm and enjoy the indoors!! See you next week for another Tuesday Travelogue.
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