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Santa cherishes the moment when he holds The Greatest Gift in his arms. As baby Jesus gazes into his eyes, it’s as if he’s saying, “Go and share the love in all that you do.”
With childlike joy, Santa leans over the train to look down the track. Clickity-clack, the train circles round the platform and heads back to the curve. Santa exclaims, “Choo! Choo! All aboard!”
Santa settles into his favorite chair by the glowing fire and enjoys an early evening snack of milk and cookies. The best part of the day is reading heartfelt letters mailed to him by children from all around the world.
At Christmas time, snowmen have been known to come alive. Santa is all too familiar with the magic that creates it. It is the love, put into these creatures, that makes them real for all of us in our dreams at Christmas.
Santa Claus puts the finishing touches on a rocking horse for a special little child. Thinking of the joy on that child’s face on Christmas morning, Santa smiles.
Ornament measures 3″ round.
Santa soon discovers that riding a cool motor cycle is a great diversion from his sleigh. As he speeds through the night, snow flies, toys take flight and even the little puppy holds on.
Once a year Santa trains up his youngest reindeer to eventually fly his sleigh. Imagine Santa’s delight at this little token of tenderness as the little fellow licks Santa’s face.
“Shhhh!” takes you back to your early childhood with dreams of Santa. He is jolly, warm, has rosy cheeks and wants nothing more than to make every little child glad.
Enjoying the panoramic view of Pittsburgh from the Duquesne incline, residents and guests alike marvel at the beauty of the holiday season in Pittsburgh.
Revisit a magical time in the wintry life of Pittsburgh. It warmed our hearts to see the wondrous windows when we were children and meeting our loved ones under Kaufmann’s Clock too!
As you climb the steep hill to the top of the West End Overlook, you are greeted with the spectatcular view of “Pittsburgh’s New Horizon”. You stand in wonder over the beauty and vastness of the city we call home.
Celebrate the holiday season in Pittsburgh when the city is aglow with shimmering lights – especially the beautiful tree at the Point. Pittsburgh truly becomes a winter wonderland in the snow.
The Gazebo, jewel of Ligonier’s Diamond, glows with holiday lights and brings warmth to this charming square. Put on your mittens and scarves and enjoy a silent winter’s stroll.
Listen and you may hear the pipe organ resound and see the exquisite stained glass windows of the beautiful, majestic Heinz Chapel.
Walk into a timeless setting where a cool drizzly rain awakens memories of days gone by and dreams yet to come.
Introducing the newest ornaments by Linda and Wendell August Forge. This year’s ornaments are designed by Linda and handmade by Wendell August Forge craftsmen in their Pennsylvania workshop. This first ornament features Linda’s newest painting in her Jolly Old Elf series, “Making Magic in Santa’s Workshop”.
Each ornament is elegantly hand-crafted in aluminum and measures 4 1/2″x 3″.
The second ornament for 2017 features the whimsical print, “Santa’s Joyride”. This fun ornament is the perfect gift for any Harley lover or motorcycle rider.
Each ornament is elegantly hand-crafted in aluminum and measures 3″ x 3″.
The second ornament unveiled by Linda and Wendell August Forge features the companion print to “Shhhh!”, “Santa’s Newest Reindeer”. Wendell August Forge and Linda are going to produce aluminum ornaments of the entire five-year Jolly Old Elf series so why not start your collection now!
Each ornament is elegantly hand-crafted in aluminum and measures 3 1/8″x 3 1/2″.
Linda and Wendell August Forge recently unveiled two new hand-crafted aluminum ornaments, featuring Linda’s Jolly Old Elf series of paintings, for the 2016 holiday season. The first ornament features Linda’s first painting in the series, “Shhhh!”, and will be a charming addition to your holiday tree or a great gift for someone special.
Once seated, you swiftly careen down the wooden track. Everyone watching is just a blur as you scream past them towards a 90 foot drop into a ravine. Your day is complete with memories that will linger as you recall to others your electrifying ride on the Thunderbolt.