I've been enjoying learning so much from so many talented people here on the forum! Thank you! Finally got an account!
Neighbors call our home the Holiday House, or the Festive House because we have holiday displays year-round. Halloween (of course) is the big one, followed closely by Christmas. July 4th and Utah Pioneer Days in July are in 3rd and 4th place with Thanksgiving being a pretty big deal and a nice transition between Halloween and Christmas. Valentines, St. Patrick's Day, President's Day also get attention. January is dedicated to ice and penguins. May brings butterflies, pinwheels and metal flowers. August is nautical beach fun and a glimpse of things to come for Halloween. Our first skeleton shows up on September 1st! I've included a picture skellie #1... the gardener
Looking forward to learning and sharing!
DarkMoon in Utah