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A helping of visual wit at bottom—hops- and orange-stuffed silver mugs and baked biscuit fish—goes with apples and artichokes.

A helping of visual wit at bottom—hops- and orange-stuffed silver mugs and baked biscuit fish—goes with apples and artichokes.

On its windows and stairs, the Roscow Cole House bustles with holiday wreaths–plain and fruity–as evergreen swags fringe the doors and handrails, decorations that have become a Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area tradition.

On its windows and stairs, the Roscow Cole House bustles with holiday wreaths–plain and fruity–as evergreen swags fringe the doors and handrails, decorations that have become a Colonial Williamsburg Historic Area tradition.

Historic Area residents vie to create the most original wreath, here using magnolia leaves, wheat, playing cards, feathers, dried pods.

Historic Area residents vie to create the most original wreath, here using magnolia leaves, wheat, playing cards, feathers, dried pods.

The St. George Tucker House in early Spring.  Colonial Williamsburg, Williamsburg Virginia.  Photo by David M. Doody.

The St. George Tucker House in early Spring. Colonial Williamsburg, Williamsburg Virginia. Photo by David M. Doody.

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