Today’s best shot comes from Ted Vaden. Ted writes: “Each Christmas season for 30 years, Joe Lassiter has turned his ranch home outside Hillsborough into a holiday wonderland for the young - and young at heart. His display takes him six weeks to set up, has more than 75,000 lights and adds $500 to his light bill. Asked once why he does it, Lassiter pointed to a mom and two young children standing in his driveway, their eyes wide and mouths agape. ‘Right there’s why,’ he said.”
Today’s best shot comes from Ted Vaden. Ted writes: “Each Christmas season for 30 years, Joe Lassiter has turned his ranch home outside Hillsborough into a holiday wonderland for the young - and young at heart. His display takes him six weeks to set up, has more than 75,000 lights and adds $500 to his light bill. Asked once why he does it, Lassiter pointed to a mom and two young children standing in his driveway, their eyes wide and mouths agape. ‘Right there’s why,’ he said.” COURTESY OF TED VADEN
Today’s best shot comes from Ted Vaden. Ted writes: “Each Christmas season for 30 years, Joe Lassiter has turned his ranch home outside Hillsborough into a holiday wonderland for the young - and young at heart. His display takes him six weeks to set up, has more than 75,000 lights and adds $500 to his light bill. Asked once why he does it, Lassiter pointed to a mom and two young children standing in his driveway, their eyes wide and mouths agape. ‘Right there’s why,’ he said.” COURTESY OF TED VADEN

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