Mt. Rainier and Lenticular Clouds - Dec. 2008 copyright: JMM

January 1, 2018

Happy New Year!

Just one more post of Christmas lights.  No idea what the family's name is but it was referred to in town as 'The Griswold House'.  Not sure if you could see this from space but it really was a beautiful sight to behold!
















I hope everyone had a nice and peaceful holiday season!  Here's hoping that 2018 will be a better year.

18 comments:

  1. Wow...so colourful. :)) Happy New Year. :)

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    1. Happy New Year to you too Agnieszka!

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  2. wow! that is one colorful light show! Happy New Year to you!

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    1. It is....we even brought my inlaws to see it the night we were on the way to the wake. They enjoyed it too. The lights, not the wake. hahaha Happy New Year!

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  3. Whew. Time to rest my eyes. Happy New Year. All good here. We are hunkered down - not used to this 28 degree stuff. Ready for back to work slog tomorrow. Ugh! Carry on and good health to you folks.

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    1. Happy New Year Joanne!!!! I would love 28 degrees after days of single digits. It's just too cold! lol

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  4. Anonymous8:50 PM

    Holy smokes! Those photos are SPECTACULAR! What the heck.. I wish I could deck out my place like that. Seriously, I would put Christmas Vacation to shame. - I need to catch up on your posts but at the moment my eyes are slamming shut. Happy New Year my friend! Here's to a HEALTHY, happy, prosperous, peaceful, loving, year ahead!

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    1. Happy new year Karen! And thank you! Yes these people did a great job. I love that one 'tree' that looks like it's made of glow sticks. I wonder where they got it? I wouldn't want to see their electric bill though!

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  5. I wish chrostmas lights stayed on all year!!

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    1. Sometimes I do too but that wouldn't make it special anymore. I can't imagine seeing snow-themed decorations in the middle of July!

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  6. Hey JoJo,

    What a sparkling spectacular! I'd love to put up that many Christmas lights and then daren't open my electricity bill!

    Have a wonderful 2018, JoJo.

    Gary 😀

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    1. Happy New Year Gary! I wonder how well these lights would run if they were solar powered.

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    2. In England, what with our lack of sun, such lights might stay on for 30 seconds, maybe up to a minute! LOL

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  7. Amazing photos!!! Happy new year :)
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    1. Thank you so much Shweta! I'm off to check out your blog now! Happy New Year!

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  8. So pretty and spirited.
    Enjoy the start of a great new year, JoJo.

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