The Christmas elk is coming back this year. It was a hit last year, on the porch of an old Victorian on Belleview Street near downtown Moss Point. And through the year, it has sported seasonal bows -- spring and fall -- but last week, the home’s owner began the transformation to reindeer.
The Christmas elk is coming back this year. It was a hit last year, on the porch of an old Victorian on Belleview Street near downtown Moss Point. And through the year, it has sported seasonal bows -- spring and fall -- but last week, the home’s owner began the transformation to reindeer. Karen Nelson klnelson@sunherald.com
The Christmas elk is coming back this year. It was a hit last year, on the porch of an old Victorian on Belleview Street near downtown Moss Point. And through the year, it has sported seasonal bows -- spring and fall -- but last week, the home’s owner began the transformation to reindeer. Karen Nelson klnelson@sunherald.com

The story behind that Moss Point ‘reindeer’

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