Looks like quite a spectacular display!
Wow, they go all out! Clark Griswold, is that you?!Merry Christmas Jim!
That's a LOT of lights! I'm glad someone felt like decorating.Folks around here didn't put up nearly as much either. I suppose the economy has put a little bah humbug in all of us.
Great photo, Jim. I'm glad that the spaced-out shopping trip/photo didn't ruin Christmas for you!About getting to work in Portland, Oregon, today, I found out about 9:30 p.m. last night that my building won't open until noon today which ought to help. Plus TriMet is running, slow but regular. I plan to leave at 10 a.m. because and ought to be able to catch one bus on Burnside, then the other one down by the elk in the park. I can't imagine how much new snow has fallen during the night--I woke up at 2 a.m. and looked out, snowing. Then when I just woke up and looked out, snowing even bigger flakes.
wow, that's quite a show!There aren't as many lights up here either - maybe no one can afford the big electricity bill.
I always wonder where people store all that stuff...hopefully, they don't leave it in the yard?
Wow!!! That looks very showy. MB
Oh A Lighted Wonderland! I like the pretty lights!!!
Wow! That's a whole lotta lights!!
Very bright! I bet the electricity bill is high!!
There's more than usual here. I like this one. :)
We only have three houses on our street with lights. I noticed there are not that many decorations on homes. How sad!
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