Thursday, December 22, 2011

This bit of local heritage is just creepy enough to endear me to it. Surely something must be haunting the premises!



Do you not agree that two sizable wreaths with red bows would brighten up the place nicely? Perhaps I should be the wreath-elf and pound stakes into the doors tonight to hang them while the town slumbers on...

17 comments:

Michael Rowland said...

Wonderful photos, reminds me of the shining, I hope you're enjoying this special season,,,M

Judy said...

Wow, that is an interesting place. Wishing you a wonderful Christmas with your wonderful family.

TexWisGirl said...

very imposing structure! yikes!

Out on the prairie said...

Maybe a few bows on the railing ,wait my new place is barren also.Tis the season to go way overboard in my neighborhood though.

Meg said...

Goodness... We just watched The Shining a few months ago and it looks just like the hotel! Yes, definitely in need of some cheerful decoration!

Nancy Claeys said...

Gorgeous! Love the spires.

Ola said...

Finally I found a while to check up posts in this pre-Christmas madness:)
You are having a wonderful snow!

MarmePurl said...

Stunning. What a mystical place. I wonder what stories it has to tell?
The Beautiful landscape had me yearning for a little traveling.

Country Mouse Studio said...

Beautiful place and sure does need something cheerful

Neesie Natters said...

Definitely in need of some Christmas cheer but I'm not sure I'd be pounding anything on their doors at night :-?
It could look so beautiful with just a few simple touches to soften its edges.

Ben said...

Creepy but stunning and yes the wreaths with red bows should make it more welcoming.

Allison, as the Christmas and New Year is approaching soon; I wish you a blessed Christmas and an awesome New Year full of excellent health, happiness and opportunities you could possibly imagine :)

Randy said...

I love the way it stands out in the snow.

Pam said...

It intrigues me to visit the inside and wander around. I agree, it needs a little wreath-elf like your sweet-self to help brighten it up.

Allison, I wish you and your lovely family the merriest Christmas ever.
Blessings to you all,
Pam :)

Joe said...

When saw this I thought of the movie The Shining. Merry Christmas to you and your family.

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

A large wreath on the front would look lovely blanketed in the snow, Allison...perhaps next season it will happen. Hope your Christmas was as lovely and joyful. You wanted it to be...and more.

Dawn said...

Oh My Goodness! What a magical looking place!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Where is it?? Awesome place :)