After a great little neighborhood party, we had to go eat. So we returned to The Orchard House in Sunnyslope. Here Robin talks to Santa. Does he believe her? 
She has been good ! Robin made Lebkuchen, a very German Christmas treat. Yummy and spicy! Here are some photos.

Robin put this design on the Lebkuchen she is making. Pretty!

Ready for the oven.

Ready to be eaten[after it ages for two weeks].

And then, off to the Orchard House for another delightful dinner. This one was beef.

It was a cold night, but a great fire in the fire ring kept everyone happy and warm. Here are some photos of the dinner we had and the Christmas lights. Enjoy!

Appetizer Trio Plate – You pick three!
Stuffed Mushrooms
Fried Onions

Rib-Eye For Two
(Real) Mashed Potatoes
Green Beans

Pecan Pie
House Coffee

Robison Fruit Ranch Christmas Party.

Theresa’s daughter Lena Nicole, Theresa Moye and Mr. Robison

And then there were all of these lights in the area around The Orchard House. Great for the Holiday Spirit. It’s worth the trip just to see all of the lights. Get a pair of the special glasses to “see” the snowmen in the lights. Awesome!

There is a moving inflatable Hippo in the foreground, with the little boy singing “All I want for Christmas is a Hippopotamus”.

Clyde, the Idaho Camel [and his trainer] was there, too!

Folks gathered around the fire ring to sing carols and keep warm.

Technology has caught up with Santa. The Reindeer are out in the pasture and Santa flew into the Orchard House parking lot arriving via helicopter!
We had a most enjoyable and festive time.