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Christmas Snow in Williamsburg!

December 27th, 2010 by wdtp

Christmas Snow in Williamsburg

Operating our Inn for our 10th year, we have never had the White Christmas like we experienced this year. Christmas day gave us the beginnings of a snow storm to match only one other.over 60 years ago. Measuring snow on our backyard furniture, it totalled over 12 inches and still falling.  Snow in Williamsburg is a real treat as it never seems to stay for very long. A small dusting of snow usually falls in the middle of January and by mid afternoon, the sun comes out and the snow is melted. This year we have been fortunate to experience over a foot of snow. A Family from California arrived prior to Christmas and are still with us due to flight delays. The young adults in the party had the opportunity to make a snow man right in the front yard. Even though they were not equipped to deal with the snow, that did not stop them and out they went snow man building. On Sunday, Colonial Williamsburg shut down due to the overwhelming amount of snow and all the restaurants closed as well. With a house full of guests, with nowhere to eat, we just cooked up a pot of beef stew with dumplings and had a family style dinner on Sunday night in the Reagan Dining Room. As the Wood burning fireplace was crackling, and the candles were burning on the dining room table, all of our guests enjoyed a bowl of hot stew, homemade chocolate chip cookies, and a bottle of wine and port. Great Friendships were made as well as memories to last a lifetime!