Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Ride along on Jengibre's Christmas lights ride!

Jengibre's ride through the Christmas lights that we have taken ever since she was a baby. This first ride is through the Pepsi Cola bottling plant's light show! I tried to get some good shots for you of the beauty of the lights while holding onto the tail of her Santa suit, so she didn't fall from the car window and keep her head out of all the shots so that you could see the lights. I hope you like the show. Go down through them all and comment on your favorites. I will dump the ones with no comments in a week or so.
Enjoy the show!


Blogger Sam I Am said...

We love all the lights but my Human like this one most . Santa suite,Way to go Jengibre she so pretty .thank you for letting us go along with you on your ride of the lights ..

3:20 PM  
Blogger Chen said...

This is sweet :)
Jengibre is very clever, and I'm sure she loves the beauty scene.
I can see that she enjoys herself very much.

5:39 PM  
Blogger Amstaffie said...

Wow! I live near a town called McAdenville, which has a sign at the beginning of the town saying "Christmas City U.S.A." At one time it was a mill community and every house was decorated. People would come by buses & truck loads from miles around to see the beauty; but I believe your area should have this title!

3:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sam I am, I almost let her wear her reindeer jacket with the red antlers, because it is warmer. But I am glad I didn't because there would have been a pair of red antlers in every shot, LOL! As it was, I had to push her head out of every shot but this one!

7:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chen, Jengibre enjoys her Christmas lights ride so much every year, that I have to make sure that she does not fall from the car window and I try to keep my camera in focus at the same time. So if some of the shots seem a little off center or chopped off, you will know why.

7:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

amstaffie, The way you worded your comment, I take it they no longer do that anymore. Or did I read it wrong? It sure sounds an interesting place. Do you have a photo you could post. I will look up the town you named, It would be interesting to see what comes up.

7:28 AM  
Blogger Amstaffie said...

The town was primarily small mill houses, but this year they have bull-dozed a bunch of the old houses down and are now building townhomes. So this year isn't going to be as nice; but I'm sure next year will be bright again.
It was really pretty back in the day; all the big trees in the town had lights.

11:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

amstaffie, If the beauty of the Christmas lights comes back to the town next year, I hope that you will take some pictures to share. I would love to see it, if it gets restored to some of its former glory. Your description was intriguing! Make sure you get Storm's pretty face in some of those shots!
You and Storm have yourselves a wonderful Christmas!

11:17 AM  

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