Fantasy of Lights

We’ve seen the signs for this light show every holiday season since moving to Ohio and each year we’ve said we should check it out.  This week we finally did!  While it was nice to stay warm in the car, getting good shots was difficult because you have to stay in your car and cannot stop.  Well, you can try a stop but those lined up behind you might not take the pause in traffic too well.

After exiting the light displays, if you choose, you can go across the road to a RV park that hosts the Santa house where there is free hot chocolate, cookies and photos with Santa; no driving and lots of happy laughing children.

It was outside of the Santa house that I saw this amazing “tree.”  From a distance I thought someone had done a bang up job decorating a living tree until I walked closer and saw that  it was one big decoration.  How wonderfully unique!  I’d love to have one like it but probably the assembly, storage and keeping it from tipping over in my yard would be a bit much.

But it was so pretty on this winter’s night.

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14 Responses to Fantasy of Lights

  1. Cool! They do this at the NASCAR track in NH and it’s a big attraction. We’ve not gone because of the whole “no-stopping” thing. Cheers!

  2. Timothy Price says:

    They have the River of Lights at the Bio Park out here, which is very similar. I went one year some years ago and that was enough for me.

  3. Nancy says:

    Merry Christmas my friend!

    The Christmas light show was wonderful!

    We have one of these close by. The other day we drove by on our way to dinner… there had to be 400 cars lined up.

    Merry Christmas! Enjoy every moment.

  4. Oh my goodness I love this. So festival and christmasy:)

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