December 23, 2008

On the 9th Day of Christmas: A Texas Reindeer


Only in Texas, folks. Only in East Texas will you find a fully functioning oil derrick subbing for Rudolph... and Santa in the back of a sawed off Mack Truck. No, really. I 'ain't lyin'.


You just gotta see it to believe it. Every year you'll find this red-nosed feller at the Lufkin Mall. All lit up for Christmas.


But I have a funny feelin' that Santa might usher you in to the Mall for gifts, because I doubt he has any in the back of that 'sleigh'.


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CailinMarie said...

hee hee! that is fabulous!!

Anonymous said...

ROFL that's cute

Dianne - Bunny Trails said...

LOL!! How fun! :D

Anonymous said...

I am loving really is so Texas...

Anonymous said...

We always spend Thanksgiving and Christmas in Lufkin. We drove right past that reindeer, today. It has become a familiar and friendly sight. Thanks for posting the great pictures!



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