Daily Archives: December 23, 2008

The “Light House”

The Light House

As we close in quickly on Christmas, I wanted to share with you some pictures of another impressive holiday decoration location.  This home on Lake Country Dr. is often called simply the “Light House” – for obvious reasons.  It’s easy to find; take Lake Country Dr. north from Mast Blvd. and watch for the glow.  And if you’re especially good, you might get Santa to take you on a ride in his sleigh, complete with reindeer.  Oh, and when you stop, consider tossing a couple coins in the donation box to help them keep this running bright every year.

It’s a Holiday Light Overload

Holiday Light Overload

A Nativity Scene dominates one part of the front yard

Nativity Scene

 In case of snow, call for the dogsled

Dogsled

 Santa loads up for another tour of the neighborhood

Santa Loads His Sleigh

Prepare for takeoff

Prepare for Takeoff

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Last Chance for “Traditions”

Traditions Carolers

The time is growing short.  As I write this, there are only two more performances of Traditions of Christmas left – tonight (Monday, December 22) at 7:00 pm and tomorrow (Tuesday, December 23) at 2:00 pm at the East County Performing Arts Center (ECPAC) in El Cajon.  Be sure to get there early so you can listen to the carolers during the half hour prior to curtain.  If you plan to go on Tuesday, arrive extra early because the parking can be very difficult, because ECPAC is in the same complex as the Est County Regional Center.

If you want a dose of Holiday Spirit and Christmas Magic, be sure to get to one of these last two performances.

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