Holiday Decorations


These inflatable decorations seem to be the latest thing. I just wonder how much energy they use to keep them filled up with air. This was a cute one at least!

8 comments:

Olivier said...

Mignon ce petit train de noël, cela me donne envie de jouer avec.

B SQUARED said...

Sure never had anything like that when we were growing up.

Vogon Poet said...

Nice picture and funny colors. I can't see well the proportions, but it looks quite a big train!

Halcyon said...

VP: The train came up about waist high on me. I'd say it's a little over half a meter high - pretty big for an inflatable train!

cieldequimper said...

C'est vrai qu'il faut les gonfler ! J'en avais vu plein il y a deux ans chez WalMart au rayon fruits et légumes (???) mais ils étaient assez moches. Celui-ci est mignon !

Jacob said...

There are enough people full of hot air in Florida to keep these inflated for centuries!

Why no vaccine? Are you fearful of needles? It was relatively painless, but had a little soreness in the arm the second day. Then, it went away. When I went overseas in the Navy we got so many shots I couldn't sleep on either side for weeks!

brian stout said...

i wonder how much they cost too, because i don't have one =) i read on another site about how the blowers don't always keep them inflated enough? who know - nice night shot though! =)

Hilda said...

I wouldn't want any in our garden, but they're sure fun to look at! Yup, this one's very cute!