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Old Salem in the Snow

After a snow storm last year, we made a quick stop in Old Salem before heading to work, to see all the historic shops and houses nestled under a blanket of snow.

The city of Winston-Salem started out as a small Moravian town in the mid 1700s named Salem. Eventually it merged with the neighboring town of Winston and then, Winston-Salem was born!

Many of the original buildings remain. I love to wander around, thinking of what it was like to walk the same streets those hundreds of years ago.

I love Old Salem in the snow!  Perhaps it should become a tradition when it snows to take a nice stroll through the historic streets of Salem.

0 thoughts on “Old Salem in the Snow

  1. Oh my goodness, how quaint!!

  2. Awwww this looks so wonderful, takes me back to my good old Sims, lol. Beautiful pics, Sarah.

  3. Beautiful photos, and man that snow! It looks like a Christmas card!

  4. So beautiful! I need more snow stat!

  5. I know! I feel like I would have to adopt some old timey accent if I lived here!

  6. Me too! Ours is nearly melted 😛

  7. These are stunning! I am longing for some snow like this. You captured these scenes beautifully. – Tasha

  8. Oh my gosh, how gorgeous! Like a painting or a Christmas card ^_^
    Xx Ice Pandora

  9. Gorgeous photographs!

  10. I'm so loving snow pictures, I'm sure it's because we don't have snow here.

  11. Wowwowowow. Can you take me there please? It looks so magic. Its so magical what snow can do to a place. Like suddenly everything looks magic. We had like three days of snow this Winter and thats it so far. And these three days I was too lazy to really go outside for pictures and now of course I regret it 😉
    Thanks a lot for your last comment : )

  12. Wow, it looks so pretty all covered in snow! A fantastic place!


  13. Wow, you really got some remarkable shots! Such a wonderful place & the blanket of snow makes it look even more fantastic, well done, clever girl.

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