Hutson’s 2015 Window

Hutson's Furniture Store Christmas Display 11-26-2015You know it’s Christmas season when crowds show up in front of the Hutson Furniture Store’s window on Thanksgiving night. It was a great mix of people: old folks in wheelchairs, teenagers on dates, young parents whose kids pressed their noses and hands against the glass.

I remember the display as being bigger when I was a kid, but EVERYTHING was bigger back when I was a kid. It was a perfect night to stand out on Main Street. The temps were in the low 60s, the winds were calm, and the flash flood watch doesn’t kick in until Friday night.

Here’s what the display looked like in 2011.

Hutson’s Window photo gallery

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It’s that time of year again

Buy From Amazon.com to Support Ken SteinhoffEverybody is getting all excited about Black Friday, Cyber Monday and Overspend Wednesday (I made that one up), so I’m going to join the din.

If you are going to shop Amazon anyway, please go to my blog and click on the big red ‘Click Here’ button at the top left of the page (or, this one). That’ll take you directly to Amazon with a code embedded. If you buy something, I’ll make from four to seven percent of your purchase price without it costing you anything.

Think of it as being your painless Christmas present to me.

2 Replies to “Hutson’s 2015 Window”

  1. Okay, now I know it is time for Christmas! Hutson’s window is the place and the time to start the Christmas season. Now I can start to work on the Christmas list and then follow Ken’s “click here” button and get what I need on Amazon and ship it to the lucky people on my Christmas list! Life is good! Now I have to go out and surprise someone with a hearty MERRY CHRISTMAS as go out to Caladesi Island today to celebrate the rest of the Thanksgiving Weekend. So Merry Christmas to all, a little early maybe, but Thanksgiving was yesterday!

  2. Hutson’s has had a nice tradition. Being the model railroader that I am, my favorites have always been heavy on trains such as the 2011 window.

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