Saturday, December 27, 2014


The BRD, her Beau Jack, SWMBO and I had our Christmas day brunch/dinner at the Prescott Resort & Conference Center.  

Afterward, the wife and I toured the Gingerbread Village, an annual display of handcrafted dwellings made from gingerbread and candy.

The entries are judged.  This next one got a blue ribbon.

My favorite (I guess I'm still a kid at heart) part of the display is the electric train winding its way through the exhibit, including a tunnel.

There was even one entry based on the famous or infamous Gunfight at the O.K. Corral.

Since the Resort is owned by the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe, I didn't see any Indian-fighters.  Or, in our PC age, would that be Native American-fighters?


Phil Perisich said...

Members of the Tribe did have an exhibit this year. It was a gingerbread Indian village complete with several wickeups and a sweat lodge.

Steve said...

Lots of work went into it. Very nice.

Stephen Hayes said...

That's some elaborate gingerbreading---that's not a verb, is it? Take care.

Tom Cochrun said...

A delightful treat, mercy! Hoping for a report on the brunch.

Val said...

Mmm...that village looks delicious.

The Bug said...

Love that gunfight one!