Thursday, November 29, 2007

"Winter Lights" at the state park

The night after we put our outside Christmas lights up, we drove down to Seneca Creek State Park to see their annual "Winter Lights" display.  It's about 3.5 miles of all sorts of Christmas lights of animals, candy canes, penguins, bears, toys, and more. Many displays are animated. We hadn't been there before, but it was really neat.  It reminded me of the time or two Titi Toni, I think, took me to see a particular neighborhood in Florida that put on a large Christmas light display.

The girls, of course, loved it.  In fact, we were only halfway through the park when Anna started crying behind me. We asked what was wrong, and she said, "I don't want to go home!"  We assured her there were still lots more lights to see before we had to go home, and then we promised we would come back to see them again another night.

We got some pictures of many, but certainly not all, of the displays. They're in the photo gallery under Day-to-Day, 2007 Fall, Winter Lights.

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