Christmastime in Wayzata is not as festive as Mom and thought it would be, but we still had a nice little walk around the main street area. The Wayzata Depot is where we like to park and they have this large train set out back. It only runs certain days and times, so I could sit here without disturbing anyone. I think it is closed in the winter as model trains can’t run in the snow and ice.
They have a big tree out front with lots of lights and a pile of presents. Do you see me looking out from behind the gifts? I am air scenting and I’m pretty sure I smell Christmastime in the air.
One of the big restaurants right on Lake Minnetonka has a pretty wreath where people enter. Mom has eaten there and says it is a good restaurant.
There is a park area along the lake now. No one was really out and about, so I got onto the bench for a photo with the lake behind me.
Another restaurant on one of the side streets has a small patio with tables and chairs. This tree is right in the corner of the patio.
All the little shops along the main street have big planters outside their doors. Most of them are the same but they do look nice.
Last but not least, the old theater has a decorated tree out front. It isn’t a theater anymore but thankfully they left the sign out front. Mom says she used to go there when she was a kid. Christmastime in Wayzata should be a bit more festive than it is, but there is a lot of construction. Maybe next year there will be more decorations.
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