West Seattle Christmas lights: From Seola to Spruce

December 10, 2013 at 9:26 pm | In West Seattle Christmas lights, West Seattle news | 3 Comments

Now that it’s two weeks until Christmas Eve – we’ll be showing West Seattle Christmas lights nightly unless pre-empted by big breaking news. We welcome your suggestions (with or without photos), and we’re out looking around too. Above, Jeff and Ardith Burns shared the photo of their home in the Seola area:

We have decorated our home with lights and would like to share them with our West Seattle neighbors. There are over 18,000 lights and include 31 blowmolds, 3 fence scenes, and 5 standing/sitting deer. Our address is 3216 SW 114th St. [map] The lights are turned on from 5 pm to 10 pm each night through Christmas.

Next, another view from the crane-borne Christmas lights at West Seattle development sites; we noticed tonight that yet more lights have been added to the crane over Spruce (the former “Hole” at 39th/Alaska/Fauntleroy) – blue lights over the lower half of its vertical structure, punctuated by this:

More lights tomorrow! editor@westseattleblog.com if you have suggestions and/or a photo. To find them after we’ve published them, you can look in the archive or the WSB Holiday Guide as well as our Pinterest gallery of West Seattle Christmas lights, which includes an extra view of the Burns home.

3 Comments

  1. Thanks for featuring the Burns’ home. We live a few blocks away and have been enjoying their impressive light display for years. We often take our toddler to look at the lights, as well as our holiday guests. We’ve always wondered what the story is behind all those lights!

    Comment by PSB — 6:33 am December 11, 2013 #

  2. Hi, is there any chance of a Google map showing all the light locations, perhaps :-) :-)

    Comment by foo — 10:36 am December 11, 2013 #

  3. After we have a few more, yes. Certainly by this weekend.

    Comment by WSB — 10:39 am December 11, 2013 #

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