I’ve known of the project for a while–he spent months and months and months working on it, and once completed, invited us over for our first viewing.
It is an incredible work of art. Tim and I marveled at his imagination, his ingenuity, his skill. My brother had built this North Pole Village, you see, built it in his dining room, complete with ice skaters and a ski slope and all the things with no kit or instructions or anything, really, but a great curiosity to figure it out.
So happy he did!
(Yes, that’s The Polar Express train circling through the village!)
30 Days of Joy
William! ? wow that’s amazing!
Miss you guys
M & H
Think of you guys so much, especially during the holidays.And sweet, Helen, too. I have the angels she gave me in the bedroom where I see them and remember her with so much love. XXOO to both of you!
Neat. Hope you take lots of photos!
I wish photos would do it justice–or I wish you could see it in person! XXOO
Beautiful William! I would love to see it! Thanks for sharing!
I will pass along!
Well, obviously the creative genes run rampant in your family, Cathy. Thank you for sharing this with us.
Tell brother William congratulations – it’s fascinating!!
He’s never done anything like this, which makes it even more remarkable! Thanks, Joretta!