Flexing the Light Fantastic

The path to delightful December adventure.

The path to delightful December adventure.

(Berrien County, Michigan) We continued our Christmas tradition of flexing the lights fantastic of our fair county Tuesday night by climbing aboard our friend Joe’s new Ford Flex and flexing off into the December darkness to see the following: 1.) The lovely lights of downtown Bridgman along Lake Street; 2.) The totally amazing residential light show deep in the heart of Baroda; 3.) A loligag along Little Glendora to see the most amazing Christmas light installation on the planet; 4.) the lights of Hollywood along Hollywood Road; and, of course: 5.) The lights on the bluff in Saint Joe.  We intended to cap it all off with some yummy pizza and pasta at Silver Beach Pizza, but THE DESTINATION PLACE was the destination place on Tuesday night, so we went with Plan B and had an Indian feast at Memories of India in south Saint Joe.  And speaking of Joe, he was flexible enough to drive us all safely back to Harbert in his new Ford Flex.  And to all, a good night.  Now enjoy the light show:

A light show to end all light shows in beautiful Baroda.

A light show to end all light shows in beautiful Baroda.

Peace on earth and mercy mild.

Peace on earth and mercy mild.

Some camera movement was required to get this shot on Little Glendora Road.

Some camera movement was required to get this shot on Little Glendora Road.

What it's all about.

What it’s all about.

Far frickin' out!

Far frickin’ out!

Looking up at the lights on the bluff in Saint Joe.

Looking up at the lights on the bluff in Saint Joe.

Joe goes (unsuccessfully) in search of pizza in Saint Joe.

Joe goes (unsuccessfully) in search of pizza in Saint Joe.

The eight, tiny reindeer are taking time off after Christmas Eve in Berrien County, Michigan.  Happy New Year, y'all.

The eight, tiny reindeer are taking time off after Christmas Eve in Berrien County, Michigan. Happy New Year, y’all.

 

 

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About charleymckelvy

Charles McKelvy lives and writes in southwest Michigan with his wife and fellow writer, Natalie McKelvy. They established the Dunery Press in 1988 in order to publish their own fiction. They continue to do so to this day. Charles McKelvy is an Eagle Scout.
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