Saturday, December 14, 2013

Santa's Second Stop: Comstock Park Little Pine Island Camp

After Santa made a train stop at Dwight Lydell Park in freezing temperatures, he must have quickly changed clothes as Santa and Mrs. Claus spent the rest of the morning in the friendly confines of the main Lodge of the Salvation Army's Little Pine Island Park.  It was supposed to be breakfast with Santa but Santa stayed busy all morning with good boys and girls who wanted their picture taken.  Despite the snowy weather, lots of visitors showed up and were transported to the lodge by hay wagon.  Once inside, they received a hearty breakfast, (all you can eat), had an opportunity to get several free pictures taken, participated I crafts, and enjoyed the company of friends and neighbors.
Entrance to Dwight Lydell Park
Looking over the frozen Little Pine Island Lake
Santa and Mrs. Claus enjoyed being out of the cold
Trains and Christmas are synonymous
Santa and Mrs. Clause with a new found friend
For some, volunteering to serve was a family event


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