The scene looked like a something out of rush hour traffic in a major metropolis, not a Whiteland neighborhood.
Bumper-to-bumper traffic stretched through the suburban streets and out onto U.S. 31. They were waiting patiently, sometimes for an hour or more, to see the animated winter wonderland that Steve Cisco had created in his yard.
Choreographed with music broadcast on a short-band radio, they could see strands of lights on bushes flicker on and off with the beat. A 17-foot-high Christmas tree made of LED ribbons displays colors, pictures and words like a television screen.