Upon arriving in Hidden Springs, my sims were greeted by a beautiful rainbow.
It was cold enough to skate on a frozen pond.
Everyone quickly became proficient, but I think I have a bug that was preventing them from doing any spins. I noticed this problem back in Moonlight Falls too. I’m not sure whether it’s because they’re supernaturals. Anyway, here’s Marty skating backwards.
The vacation home looked really pretty decorated with Christmas lights.
Marty discovered he had quite a fan club among the local girls.
The family ran into Gregor’s daughter-in-law Jenny, also on holiday in Hidden Springs.
They invited her to spend the day playing in the snow with them. (Sorry about her horrible outfit: you can’t edit what tourists wear.)
All the winter activities are very fun, but at the end of each day it was just as wonderful to be able to return to a cosy house, get a fire going, and enjoy some warm food and festive eggnog. (I’m using this mod to allow me to serve Seasons drinks from regular coffee machines.)
On the final day of their holiday, the group made a trip to the Redwood Peak Viewing Area, where they enjoyed breathtaking views and made a little army of snowmen.
They arrived back home in time for a snow day gift gathering party. Blaine used the Climatron Control Unit to make things feel a little more seasonal.
Everyone sat down to open the presents.
There were no gag gifts this year; all my sims loved what they got.
I noticed that Xala and Q’oro had both grown up a bit.
Selina and Spencer’s sister Melyssa was expecting a baby. She looked about as far along as Selina.
Happy Snow Day, everyone!
Well, that went on for quite a bit longer than I anticipated! I guess Seasons must bring more to the game than I had realized. Next time, we’ll be looking at University Life with Marty, Nathan, Rosanna, and a few of their friends. Happy Simming until then xxx