Visit to the Stonington lobster trap tree magical
Such a treat, the holiday tree, made of 378 lobster traps brightly lit for all to see.
Adorned with buoys painted with creative themes, displaying proud advertisements and children's dreams.
The hard-working committee who brought an idea to life by working hard.
Found the nicest photographer, (who welcomed us all) so we could share our photos on next year's card.
You are never too old to add happy memories, so try to find a night to visit The Village of Stonington and take in this delightful holiday sight.
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