As children of the media, we’ve been conditioned to hear the word ‘Christmas’ and conjure up images of a snowy wonderland complete with sleigh bells, snowball fights, and a very large man in a red suit.
That said; Texas is blessed (or however you want to look at it) with a warmer climate, and we don’t typically see the snow, so much as patches of ice and/or slush (save for last years’ anomaly).
As of this past weekend, the Clydesdales have arrived – and no – they’re not filming an Anheuser Busch commercial. Rather, it’s that time of year again for carriage rides throughout Highland Park, and tiny twinkling lights are already making appearances down Beverly Drive, and HP Village. So don your short sleeves and Santa hat apparel, it’s time to embrace the Winter season Texas Style.
Tours are available every evening (save for Christmas Eve) at 5:45, 7:00, 8:15, and 9:30.