We recently went to Diamond Point, a little community located on the east side of Sequim Bay. Diamond Point Road serves as the main road into most of area. This time of year it becomes “Holiday Lane.”
Trees and shrubs all along the road are festooned with Christmas tree ornaments. Large and small, grouped and sparse, there are thousands of ornaments brightening the roadway.
Both sides of the road are decorated for about four miles, an impressive expression of holiday cheer.
I guess it’s time to start thinking about holiday decorations. They’ve certainly been in the stores long enough. I saw everything in today’s post in October at Home Depot, while I was photographing Halloween creatures.
While you’re decorating don’t forget the traditional Christmas dragon.
Veteran’s Day is celebrated today in the U.S. It is a day to thank and remember veterans and those who are currently serving in our armed forces. They have given much to preserve the freedoms we enjoy today. And I pray that we never take those rights for granted.
Are you ready?
Our annual Lavender Festival is next week. Lavender plants all over the area are looking good. This may be a banner year.
I hope you have someone warm to cuddle today. If you don’t here’s a volunteer.