I live near some Griswold houses. I wonder whether aliens see their light displays from outer space and wonder, what the crap is that?
I dread to think how much it costs to light up their houses. It looks lovely though. We do go round the local towns every year, just to see what people have on display. The one in Yeovil stops the traffic. Unfortunately, it is right on the bend of the road going into Yeovil so this can cause traffic. Lovely to see though. Well, I've bought the prezzies on-line and watched A Christmas Carol with Jim Carrey. Maybe Santa Who? Tonight.
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I have thought of that myself. $$$Originally Posted by Hayles66
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just bought the dvd ITS WONDERFUL LIFE,you get a black and white version and a colour version as well
i love the holiday spirit, but when the actual days come and you have nothing to do, is the bad feeling
Cannot do lights in Vanuatu.
1. They don't sell lights
2.the cost of power is 5 times that of Australia
3. The power draw would black out the island for days.
Would take us 6 months to pay off the bill!
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From what I remember watching Survivor "Vanuatu" you don't need lights. The night sky blazes with twinkle and colour. Before my time ends, I hope to see the Magellanic Clouds and the Southern Cross with my own eyes.Originally Posted by 55julie55
I was in Fiji last year and the stars at night were amazing and so clear. You really don't realize what we can't see living in cities as we do.Originally Posted by AdmiralAdama
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