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Christmas 2008: Eldrdrige Dykes, Glens Fork
Creche, Barn of 100 year old logs

2008-11-30 - KY 900, West of Glens Fork, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
ELDRIDGE DYKES has included this religious scene in his light display at his place on KY 900, west of Glens Fork, KY. Behind the nativity display is the outline of a Dykes' storage builiding, constructed of 100 year old logs from the Calvin Aaron farm. The hillside has a lighted display including some 24,000 lights. It is on display every night starting at 5:30pmCT until 9:30pmCT. Visitors are welcome to pull into the drive to watch the displays. The Dykes start work on the display in early October each year and log over 300 hours.

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