Monday, December 12
In case you missed it, this is a copy/paste of a piece that came out on Saturday in the Post.
"Framed by a replica of a painting of his great, great grandfather Capt. Thomas B. Targee at St. Louis Fire Department headquarters near downtown St. Louis, Richard Targee Smith of Warson Woods greets his daughter Margaret Moore of Ballwin with a kiss on the hand as the two talk together Saturday, December 10, 2011, following a dedication ceremony for a fireboat searchlight salvaged from the Capt. Targee Fire Boat, named after the Captain who died fighting "the great fire of 1849" in St. Louis. The fire started on the steamboat "White Cloud" on May 17, 1849, and, with the help of strong winds, ignited 23 steamboats, 9 flatboats, and 430 buildings over 15 blocks of St. Louis. Three people died in the fire. The fire led to the development of a professional fire department. Photo by Erik M. Lunsford firstname.lastname@example.org"
Sunday, December 11
Saturday, December 10
Thank God we don't have houses decorated as extreme as the one above.
There is one on Renderer that I really like a lot by my friend Brian... with all the beautiful big stars hanging from the trees. Definitely one of the front runners.
How about you? Where is your favorite decorated house in Warson Woods?