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Made a video last December of the National Gingerbread Competition in Asheville, North Carolina. Just now posted it because I'm a rebel and stuff. Enjoy! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-tVmkD3x80g&t=120s
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Cute. Is it all edible?
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I believe the rules are that you have to use edible materials, so yes.

On the flip side of that, my wife got me a gingerbread house kit for Christmas one year and everything was edible but tasted awful.
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Very cool. I'm pretty much a sucker for all things Christmas. I loved this massive Christmas shop in Frankenmuth, Michigan: https://www.bronners.com but my wife and son hated it, so we didn't spend as long as I wanted to there.

Asheville, NC is beautiful!
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On Jul 15, 2017, Wizard of Oz wrote:
Very cool. I'm pretty much a sucker for all things Christmas. I loved this massive Christmas shop in Frankenmuth, Michigan: https://www.bronners.com but my wife and son hated it, so we didn't spend as long as I wanted to there.

Asheville, NC is beautiful!


I'm a sucker for Christmas stuff too. They have a similar store here in Gatlinburg. Asheville is wonderful, especially in the Fall.
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I just came home from a trip to the Eastern Sierra Nevada.

As of July 19, 2017, there were people skiing on Mammoth Mountain; the snow was still sufficiently deep.

(As an aside, we learned, interestingly, that our two-year-old collie really, really likes snow.)

Northern hemisphere: Winter in July?
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