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    We finished taking down The Blue Ridge Lights Display at Walk of the Wild in Woodlawn Virginia before all of the snow came and were able to get everything moved to our storage barns here in Pilot Mountain. We are waiting for the weather to get a little warmer to start testing all of the wire frames and lights to get everything ready for this next season. We really have our work cut out for us this year. I will have to put in another 400 amp electric service to support the many new wire frames and lights that we acquired in this transaction. Most of the light strings that they had with the display were mini incandescent lights which we probably will not use as we have been changing our display over to LED lights each year. If anyone needs more mini lights let me know and we will work something out.
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    Larry,

    Glad things are moving along for you guys.
    RED MOUNTAIN LIGHTS

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    Thanks, to take a commercial display and merge it with our already large home display is a little overwhelming. My wife and I started yesterday and put 500 new lights on a large wire frame buck deer. This will be my 44th year since I started the display.
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    Larry... if you don't know what to do with all of those frames, I can take care of them for you. LOL!

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    Well William I know what to do with the wire frames, it is just if I can find the time and money to get the electric power to put them all up and get them operating. We did aquire 3 wire frames in the deal that we already had. Ginger Bread Swing, Peace On Earth with the doves, and Jesus is the Reason for the Season Sign.
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    Hummm..... we may need to talk.

    I need to get a few extra ones since I'm eliminating some other things in the display.

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    We have all of the wireframes locked up and hanging in a couple of barns waiting for warmer weather to start testing and repairing. Some bulbs were broken during transportation from Virginia. Rachel has plans for where she wants to put most of the wireframes so if we decide to sell any I will let you know.

    Repaired a couple of the large wireframe deers today that I have had for years that needed welding now I need to paint them or powder coat them.
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