MILFORD, Maine — For nearly a decade, the LeBlanc family in Milford has kept up a decades-old tradition of transforming their home off the County Road into a massive Christmas lights spectacle for the community.
Tyler LeBlanc knows no other way to celebrate the holiday season. Since the death of his grandmother, Agnes Whitcomb, in 2011, he’s maintained the ritual of setting up the elaborate winter wonderland display of decorations the family has inherited over the years.
Driving up to the LeBlancs’ house is like entering a new dimension, which his mother calls, “The display of misfit decorations.”
Lighted snowmen were planted side by side in the grass, surrounded by a seemingly endless supply of lifesize candy canes and shimmering snowflakes. At the opposite end of the yard, a glowing sign with the phrase, “Believe in the magic of Christmas,” sat in the garden.