Touching Light Display in Stanfield, Oregon Honors Soldiers [VIDEO]
Big thanks to Heather Eldred who shared a touching video with us this morning. There’s a homeowner in Stanfield, Oregon, who created a truly unique light display in his yard. When you pull up in front of the house you can tune your radio to a short-range frequently and hear a poem that goes along with the lights.
His name is David Pichcuskie and he’s got five miles of extension chord running around his yard powering over 150,000 lights.
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If you like the poem, there’s a fascinating story to it.
It was written by Lance Corporal James M. Schmidt in 1986. It was published in a Marine magazine in 1991. In 1993 a soldier in Korea sent it home to a Ft. Leavenworth newspaper saying HE wrote it!