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Christmas Lights 


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Christmas Lights 2009

On the night of December 20, 2009 we toured the Christmas light display at the Boise
Botanical Garden.  There were several acres of shrubbery covered in Christmas lights.
They had Santa, a reindeer, someone dressed up as a polar bear and live music.

Boise Botanical Garden Christmas Lights
This is one of several welcome warming barrels that were along the paths through the lights.

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Christmas Lights 2008

These are the Christmas Lights in downtown Caldwell Idaho.

Display in front of the old Caldwell train depot.

Train Station

Caldwell Idaho has been removing buildings that were built over the top of Indian Creek
that flows through, under, down town.  The exposed creek is being landscaped and made
into a park like atmosphere.  This year the city has decorated the trees along the banks
with Christmas lights.  It is very pretty after dark with all the reflection off the water.

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Looking up town

Cross streets have been removed and foot bridges have replaced them across the creek.

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Red Bridge 1

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Red Bridge 2

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Red Bridge 3

Almost looks like a river of lava.

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Purple reflection

All the Christmas lights were in shades of purple and white with red on the  foot bridges.

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Igloo

This little igloo scene was very pretty with reflection in the water of the creek.

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The Rock
My grandson had a lot of fun staying ahead of use on the foot path along Indian Creek.
When we caught up with him here he had found a big rock with a hole in it.

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OSL_Depot
A view of the Old Oregon Short Line Depot, now the Canyon County Historical Museum in Nampa, ID.

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OSL_Depot_Santa
The Christmas Express found in front of the Museum seen above.

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