West Seattle Christmas lights: Sightings south of Admiral

Continuing the annual WSB Christmas-lights spotlights – we photographed two of note along 36th SW south of the Admiral area last night. The house above is on the east side of 36th just north of Hinds (map); next, barely a block away, a unique “tree” outside a house that gets its annual dose of fame during an earlier holiday:

Our photo does not do justice to the tree of lights and plastic illuminated Christmas characters that rises outside the house on the southwest corner of 36th and Hanford (map), known for “Skeleton Theatre” every Halloween. This too is a must-see – we’ve never seen anything quite like it.

From a little ways directly west of there, Valerie shares this photo of the shining McKean House at 3431 48th Ave SW (map):

Working right now on a map in time for weekend Christmas-lights driving/riding/walking – stand by! And whether you have a photo or just an address to share – please let us know about your display, your neighbors’ display, something you drove by … editor@westseattleblog.com – thanks! (Meantime, our archived Christmas-lights spotlights, including past years, can be seen here, newest to oldest.)

2 Replies to "West Seattle Christmas lights: Sightings south of Admiral"

  • redblack December 14, 2012 (4:56 am)

    well, that’s interesting. my neighbor and i put up a tree just like the one pictured above every year for the past 5 years.
    it’s kind of like the flag raising at iwo jima when we put it up.

  • laura b December 14, 2012 (6:38 am)

    love the idea of a driving or walking map for christmas lights!

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