Every year the residents of the Pine Forest celebrate a very special holiday — Sun Day. This is a celebration of the life-giving energy of the Sun. Tradition states that the celebrating should be carried out by basking in the sunlight and eating a lot of ice-cream.
When the holiday season is approaching the Pine Forest, everybody gets into a jolly mood. But they do things a bit differently here. For example: when it’s time to decorate, Pine Foresters don’t chop down trees and put them up in their living rooms. Oh no, they instead decorate the trees that grow around town.
Winter came to the Pine Forest, snow settled on the trees and made them white. People were outside, some ice-skated on the frozen lake, while others spent their days sledding on Pine Hill or just playing in the snow.