Driving around looking at Christmas lights use to be a holiday tradition when we were kids. The displays, from elaborate to simple, just seem to put people in the Christmas spirit. So if you can't get out to see the lights, check out our displays

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    Smith Hill Road

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    Walker Road

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    Construction Site

    New Hartford

    Anyone can celebrate the holidays, anywhere. This is at a construction site in New Hartford. Even when you're working outdoors, you can still show Christmas spirit. Thanks to one of our Big Frog listeners for sharing.

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    Richfield Street

    Richfield Street in Ilion is ablaze with so many lights it looks like Santa's home.  They even have a North Pole sign.  Thanks to one of our listeners for sending this in.

    Mark DeLore
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    Mark DeLore was nice enough to send in another display in Ilion. Thanks for the picture.

    Mark DeLore
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    Seneca Turnpike


    This home is on Seneca Turnpike in Clinton and the hardest shot to get.  Their lights must be on a timer because most times when I drove by the lights weren't on.  They were only bright when I didn't have a camera handy.  I finally got the shot this week.

    Polly Wogg
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    Dryden Road


    This display on Dryden Road in Freeville is 30 years in the making. The family has been collecting decorations from after Christmas sales and during the summer at garage sales. I bet it looks great lit up

    Blaine Wiggins/TownSquare Media