Our Annual Holiday Lights Display Features over 26,000 Lights and Much More!

Our annual holiday lights display continues to grow every year with our 2012 version featuring over 26,000 lights. We would appreciate your vote in the Patch Deck the House Contest.

Our annual holiday lights display continues to grow every year with this being our biggest display yet.  Our first annual display was in 2004, our first year in our new home.

Click here to vote for our house in the Patch Deck the House Contest. Directions for voting are at the bottom of this blog.

Here are some of the details of our Sea of Lights:

  • 26,391 lights, 3,800 more lights than last year
  • 223 strands of lights
  • over 100 extension cords

The main additions this year are:

  • white icicle lights hanging in our 12 front windows
  • Holographic Nativity Set
  • Penguins Holding Happy Holidays Sign
  • Lighted Animated Gift Boxes
  • 5 new candy cane (red and white) trees by driveway behind first row of trees
  • 8 new bushes/shrubs in front of house
  • new lighted wreath on oval window in front of house

With the five new trees and 8 new bushes decorated, we now have 57 trees and bushes decorated.  43 of them are trees. 

We have some great ideas for future expansion for 2013 and beyond.

Here is the link again to the Patch Deck the House contest: http://deckthehouse.patch.com/contest/pine-richland/entry/1077181?=f0

When there, click Browse and Vote to vote for our house. It is titled Mark H. We would greatly appreciate your vote.  You can vote once per day.  We hope to be a finalist.  Finalists are chosen after the first round of voting ends this Sunday, December 16.  

The national winner wins $100,000 for their school district. We would love to win this grand prize for the Pine-Richland School District.

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