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Thursday, December 22, 2011

A Two-fer from a Dude Ranch Kid Christmas

Growing up on a Colorado dude ranch our Drowsy Water kids have a slightly different spin on life. Christmastime is no exception. As we go though all of the traditional holiday stories and events, we've had some interesting conversations spurred by questions only a dude ranch kid would ask.
Here are 10 dude ranch kid questions about Christmas.
And you'll notice the photos do not correspond to the questions.
The photos are their own separate story of our family hunting down this year's Charlie Brown Christmas tree. Enjoy!
Does Santa have elf-wranglers for his reindeer?
Which mountain around our house does the Grinch live on?
Does Santa have kitchen elves to make him pancakes?
We have a barn. Why wasn't my brother born in there?
Does Santa feed his reindeer round hay bales or square?
Why don't Joseph and Mary ride horses instead of that donkey?
What color tractor do elves drive?
I see a lots and lots of stars in the sky. How did the wise men know which one was special?
Are reindeer and horses friends?
How does Santa keep the reindeer on the roof? There is no corral up there.

Happy Holidays from Drowsy Water Ranch!

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wonderful!! Happy Holidays

December 22, 2011 at 8:21 AM  
Blogger Unknown said...

I would love to go to a dude ranch over Christmas. That would be a blast.

January 11, 2012 at 12:04 PM  
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