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Olde Mill Christmas lights are bright on one side of the street but not the other. The family that decorates their corner lot each year with peaked tunnels of lights over the sidewalks and an abundance of lit toy soldiers, snowmen, Santas, reindeer, and Christmas presents have turned on their section of the roadway.

Few admirers dropped by Thanksgiving night to see this set of Olde Mill Christmas lights.

Olde Mill only halfway lit on Thanksgiving

Olde Mill Christmas lights are bright on one side of the street but not the other.

The family that decorates their corner lot each year with peaked tunnels of lights over the sidewalks and an abundance of lit toy soldiers, snowmen, Santas, reindeer, and Christmas presents have turned on their section of the roadway.

The tree across the street that became a favorite stopping point for families admiring Christmas lights is still dark and may not be relit after the family moved after last Christmas.

About The Author

Gary Gardiner

Former newspaper and Associated Press photographer. Instructor at Westerville Center for Photography. Owns SmallTown Stock, the Reasonably Rights Managed stock photo agency. Founder and Director for The American Scene Project, a heritage project dedicated to exhibiting and preserving photography of everyday American life.

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