Thursday, December 07, 2006

Holiday Lights

Holiday Lights
by Marie

This my family vacation home in AZ. It is almost
an exact replica of a home in TX. The one in TX has a
pink exterior and ours is tan. Also, ours have cactus.
The lights were put up by my brother and his friend.

After I finish putting up the lights at the home I am
at, I will post the picture.

There is no snow in this area of the country, but the
temps do hover around 55F (daytime) this time of the

Does anyone else put up outdoor lights for the winter

2 comentarios:

courtney01 said...

You should visit my neck of the woods these days, Marie. It was 19 degrees Fahrenheit today, and we still have ice and snow on the ground.

I think I should move to Arizona.

marie said...

*shiver* That is cold!

Phoenix has a lower elevation than where I am at right now so it is warmer. It can get cold at night..way after sunset. :)

The pillars are 12 ft. tall so there is no way I am going to be up there hanging lights!

My favorite thing about the house is that the side door has a finger scanner. It scans the index finger and a computer unlocks it. Of course, your print has to be scanned and registered first. I love this because I don't need a key. The gate has a number pad for entry.

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