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Holiday Road Trip to Santa Clarita 

December 20, 2013
Ho Ho Ho! Holiday season burning you out? Let's hop in our magic sled (car) and head up to the North! We'll shop 'til we drop, visit the San Fernando Mission, pick up a tree, indulge in some sweets and light up the neighborhood bright so Santa knows where to bring all we good kids our presents. Don't let the tow truck fool you, 'cause ain't nothing stopping this holiday road trip up to the grandest display of neighborhood Christmas lights in Santa Clarita. Peace, Love and the Happiest of holidays to everyone! All photos by Michele McManmon.
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Ho Ho Ho! Holiday season burning you out? Let's hop in our magic sled (car) and head up to the North! We'll shop 'til we drop, visit the San Fernando Mission, pick up a tree, indulge in some sweets and light up the neighborhood bright so Santa knows where to bring all we good kids our presents. Don't let the tow truck fool you, 'cause ain't nothing stopping this holiday road trip up to the grandest display of neighborhood Christmas lights in Santa Clarita. Peace, Love and the Happiest of holidays to everyone! All photos by Michele McManmon.
Published on December 20, 2013

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