Minnesota Prairie Roots

Writing and photography by Audrey Kletscher Helbling

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Faribault December 10, 2016



Let it snow.




Let it snow.




Let it snow,




in historic downtown Faribault on Saturday afternoon.


Just beautiful.

Β© Copyright 2016 Audrey Kletscher Helbling


26 Responses to “It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Faribault”

  1. Christine Drawert Says:

    Love your blog, thanks for showing Faribault at Christmas time, when I miss it the most!

  2. BradG Says:

    Looks like Randy better put the snowblower in high gear. At least they are not calling for “feet” of snow. Our Best.

  3. hotlyspiced Says:

    It’s like a Christmas movie – the image of the falling snow reminded me of ‘Christmas with the Kranks’. Very beautiful xx

  4. Melodie Morris Says:

    beautiful photos!We had a wonderful time playing and singing music @ The Winters Farmers Market in the Paradise Theatre πŸ™‚

  5. Bernadette Thomasy Says:

    So lovely; the snow and the beautiful old brick buildings. We don’t get snow in Sacramento, so thanks for these images.

  6. treadlemusic Says:

    As it’s just getting light enough to see out our livingroom window, the snow continues and “they” say we have around 7″ with more coming in the hours ahead. Church, several party gatherings, caroling, etc, are on the agenda for today and tomorrow. Good thing I have an all-wheel-drive vehicle!!!!!! Faribault looks gorgeous…….almost “Dickens-like”!!!!!!

  7. Almost Iowa Says:

    The first snow always comes with the promise of new things. Things that we eventually grow weary of – until the first green of spring. πŸ™‚

  8. ——–thank you, my dear, for bringing me with you on your adventures.
    You NEVER let the grass ( snow) grow/melt under your feet! xx

  9. Jackie Says:

    Such a beautiful sight, happy tonight….walking in the winter wonderland.

  10. Love a good snow globe snowing πŸ™‚

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