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mwalz

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mwalz last won the day on December 18 2018

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About mwalz

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    Distinguished Member
  • Birthday 08/01/1997

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  • Website URL
    http://eurekamochristmaslights.weebly.com/

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  • My favorite Christmas story
    When I would always go to Santas Magical Kingdom in Jellystone Park in Eureka MO with my family, according to them, that is what started my love for Christmas lights. I always try to make every Christmas something to remember for everyone.
  • Location
    Missouri
  • Biography
    Besides Christmas lights i do Halloween but not very big. Love Christmas decorating!
  • Interests
    Dj lighting, AND OF COURSE CHRISTMAS LIGHTS
  • Occupation
    N/A
  • About my display
    For 2016, about 30,000 lights. A static display, but in a way I like that better.

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  1. With work probably;y not til the week after Thanksgiving, maybe December 1st.
  2. Putting my display up this year and already wanting to do an rgb addition to my lightshow portion next year. This year I want to get maybe one tree out with rgb to play around with and get familiar with how it all works. What's a good introduction with LOR system for rgb?
  3. With my busy work schedule I need some lights I can put up before Halloween and take down after Christmas. I'm looking for dumb rgb lights, and not the LED strips, and that can be controlled with a simple controller. The problem is I need the equivalent of about 14 mini light 100ct strands on the largest run, the bushes only need about 600 lights each, and each window only a couple hundred each. I have not found a controller setup that can control this many as a stand alone, and don't really want to hook everything up to a computer as I already am running LOR, and want to keep things as simple
  4. Halloween will be here before I know it, and like always I'll be waiting til the last minute for everything. Is there anyone on here who I could get some singing face LOR sequences from for Halloween? May even pay if they are good. Typical stuff, monster mash, thriller, this is halloween, etc. I can do sequences but don't have the patience for singing faces. The TOTs would be thrilled to see such things lol. TIA
  5. Have a picture of what you trying to lift in the air? If your roof is perfectly situated between 2 large trees you could run a cable between them.
  6. Around 40k lights, enjoy!
  7. I have only seen the first episode this year. Still catching up. The contest thing is ok, but I think some of the people are in there for the prize. Yea they say they like to make people happy and see their faces and some it's very apparent that's the case. There's a few that just seem like the money is most important. At the water mill place that one the first episode, there is a picture on google maps taken in October of this year from the balcony overlooking the red and white sea of lights. In the picture they are still putting up lights at that time. So I wonder if they are now
  8. Over 35,000 lights and Setup begins in October. Enjoy the lights! https://eurekamochristmaslights.weebly.com/
  9. mwalz

    2017 Christmas Display

    My display for the 2017 season. Lots of hard work but the community loves it! 502 Forest Run Dr. Eureka, MO 63025
  10. Very mice, I love the addition of RGB with the rest of the display, similar to what I want to do next year. Great work!
  11. 2016 Christmas Display. 30,000 lights
  12. mwalz

    Forest Run Lights 2015

    For 2015, 23,000 lights and over 125 hours from start to finish. We won the decorating contest again this year! https://www.facebook.com/forestrunchristmaslights/?ref=hl
  13. 2015 turned out really well, we had about 300 kids for trick or treating and so much fog the fire dept. drove by! The arch with fog coming out of it was a huge hit and will hopefully get to do it again next year.
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