The holiday lights are burning brightly in Gypsum’s neighborhoods this season. If you haven’t had a chance to see them yet, there’s still time to visit the six winners of the town’s annual holiday light display contest along with many other participants.
The must-see displays include the homes of Todd and Patricia Duty at 608 Lost Lane and Michael and Tammi Boeke at 154 Spring Circle in the Old Town neighborhoods. Then there’s the Doug and Patricia Barton residence at 114 Riverview Drive in Eagle River Estates; Gary Wright of 255 Cedar with his “Peace on Earth” display up on Red Hill; and Jeff and Mallie Kingston of 79 Indian Heights Way in the Buckhorn Valley neighborhood.
Perhaps the most stunning display of all can be found in the Cotton Ranch neighborhood at the residence of Judd Shoup of 345 Whitetail. The Cotton Ranch and nearby Horse Pasture neighborhoods are among the most festive in town.
We invite you to take a drive and share in Gypsum’s holiday spirit and to kindly thank the sponsors of this 10th annual event: Alpine Bank, Baja Sports Bar, Beveridge Real Estate, Castle Peak Automotive Center, Holy Cross Energy, Marko’s Pizzeria and Stop “N Save. Thanks, also, to the judges from Gypsum’s town staff.
Talk about perfect timing. Beaver Creek Resort made the big announcement earlier in the week that it would open Saturday, four days ahead of schedule, and then the flakes started flying.