CP photos by Jake Mysliwczyk
That there’s an R.V., Clark!
Residents in two suburban Pittsburgh neighborhoods are upping their decorating game this season, with a tribute to holiday favorite National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
and another street filled with lights that would make Clark Griswold himself proud.
A replica of National Lampoon
’s Cousin Eddie’s R.V. sits outside a Bethel Park home on McMurray Road, complete with Snot the dog and a mannequin holding a sewage hose. (“Merry Christmas. Shitter’s full!”)
Be sure to check out the scene at night when the house lights up, highlighting a life-sized doll hanging from the roof.
"Is your house on fire, Clark?"
"No, Aunt Bethany, those are the Christmas lights."
After checking out Pittsburgh's own Griswold house, head 20 minutes to Glenburn Drive in Pleasant Hills and take in the light displays of multiple houses going all out for the holidays. The street was a big hit for the kids checking out the scene when we were there.
What happens when you push the button? Santa dances and sings!