This set of outdoor Christmas lights is between 60 to 70 years old. Some of the lights still work but I can't find replacements anywhere. This string has seven lights on it and you can only connect up to four more units to it or you will have a fire hazzard. That means the most lights on one circuit would be 35. WOW!! I don't think they would fit into todays holiday lighting schemes. They still bring back fond memories of a simpler time.
Trivia: At its thickest point, the ice in Antarctica is 15,700 feet thick.
Did You Know? The Dragon Arum is a plant that traps flies with its flowers at night because it has the smell of rotting meat. The plant lets them go free in the morning so they can transfer its pollen.