Friday, December 29, 2006

Christmas Lights

Our family has an annual Christmas tradition. Each year we drive around a few neighborhoods in our town -- ones whose residents traditionally decorate their houses for Christmas with lots of lights.

We were late doing it this year, but we were able to get it in tonight.

We started our tour with a large light display in our city park. Each year, on the top of a hill in the park that overlooks the city, lights are arranged in a "tree-like" formation -- sort of. J called it the "spaceship." You can drive up to the hill, and drive under it, which is what we did. It's a great view of the city. All of the photos in this post are from the spaceship.

We then drove around about three neighborhood and enjoyed the decorations.

Images: The spaceship, the lights of the spaceship with the moon, and the view of the city from the "spaceship."

1 Comments:

Anonymous Jeff the Methodist said...

The picture of the lights with the moon remind me of the 30-hour famine beads. Cool.

11:01 PM  

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