We've been many times before, but it makes no difference. Every year we have to head to Tanglewood Park to drive through and enjoy the holiday lights display. It's tradition. Sometimes we even go more than once during the season.
Tonight we took Tommy's son Derek, daughter-in-law Sonya, and two grandchildren, Lindsay and Landon, with us. It was so much fun as we listened to Lindsay and Landon squeal with delight at the sight of Rudolph flying across the road above us and at the lighted Santa waving from the side of the road. Halfway through the drive, we stopped at the Big Red Barn where you can go inside and see all the local crafts for sale, and outside is the traditional big bonfire where you can roast marshmallows and drink hot chocolate or cappuccino.
So here's a little taste of the Festival of Lights that we look forward to every year!
The entrance to the park.
The Big Red Barn
Tommy clowning around and Lindsay eating her marshmallows at the bonfire.
I hope you all have the opportunity to enjoy some nice light displays, and seeing them through the eyes of a child makes them even more special.