La Crosse Rotary Lights
Last weekend after celebrating Christmas in Winona, MN, the family and I went to La Crosse, WI, to see the La Crosse Rotary lights. It is quite a scene as the Rotarians from the local area spend countless hours donating their time to create a great tradition. They have free admission to let everyone walk through or drive by and see over 3,000,000 lights. This has been going since 1995 and averages over 200,000 visitors a year. Here is a link to a live view of the park and the following are pictures that I took. It was pretty overcast so the lighting wasn't the best but it was still fun to go and take some pics.
The view from across the river.
The following are pictures taken the next morning after a fresh snowfall.
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