This is the resident "floosie". During the summer, you can pay to be a "floosie for a day"! Ha Ha
Close up of said floosie
The Star over the city. The train arrived at 4:30, and we got in line immediately for the Bethlehem thing. They opened it early at 5:30, so we were out by 6:30 or so.
This is the sign.
Entering the city....
I don't know why it looks like it is snowing, they had fires going everywhere, maybe it is ash.
She was using a foot driven wheel
A roman soldier
They were doing a census and collecting taxes here.
All the actors really stayed in character....
If you asked them a question, they would answer like it was Bethlehem....
This was the leather worker
This lady was dying fabric, and explaining how she was using berries to dye the fabric...
Can't remember what she was doing.
Another roman soldier.
I think he was getting pissed at me..
These girls were grinding corn
boy am I glad I didn't live back then.
Bakers- bread samples
A jewish household
Dancers and singers.
The star over the stable
Mary and Joseph and baby Jesus.
It was a real baby.
After Main Street Bethlehem, we went to Main street Burnet. They have "Christmas on the Square"
This is the courthouse
Courthouse. I loved the lights
They had vendors, and food carts.
I really like the lights
A store on the square
The tree at the courthouse.
It was really big
I love these bluebonnets. They were like 10 feet tall.
The line of people was for Main Street Bethlehem. It wrapped all around the square and was 3 blocks away from the square. It was a LONG line!