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Outdoor Holiday Decorations

By August 15, 2005

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We've reached the mid-point in the dog days of August, so it's not too soon to reflect on some cool outdoor holiday decorations to acknowledge the signposts ahead on the calendar, beginning with Labor Day (U.S.). Falling on the first Monday in September, Labor Day is one of those "in-between" holidays. Depending on your inclination, Labor Day can mark either the end of summer or the beginning of fall (Is your glass half empty or half full?). So do you wish to celebrate summer's last hurrah or plan early for the ghoulish delights of Halloween when Labor Day arrives? It's up to you.

It's tough to decorate for Thanksgiving (U.S.), because there are few commercial outdoor holiday decorations available for it. But after that comes the big one: Christmas! Learn here about natural Christmas decorations.

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