David Snell’s holiday light tours offer the sort of view typically reserved for Santa himself.
At 1,500 feet, Snell guides his Cessna 172 from one neighborhood to the next, pointing out the lay of the land by rote.
Bright lights from the big city dominate, with steady white lines snaking along the major thoroughfares. Holiday lights appear in pockets. Trees get in the way now and then, and the finer details of yard displays go unnoticed. But the brilliant sparkles accenting geometric shapes are a memorable sight from the dark sky above.
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With Christmas just around the corner, some area residents may be scratching their heads trying to come up with a thoughtful gift for someone that seems to already have everything. But how about giving someone a new perspective?
Starlight Flight’s Christmas light tours do just that and bring a whole new meaning to looking at Christmas decorations around the neighborhood. The half-hour and full-hour flights that depart from Addison provide a rare view of the downtown Dallas skyline and well-lit neighborhoods, even flying over Frisco Square’s unique light display.
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The Metroplex looks much different from 2,000 feet above the ground in December. Christmas lights sparkle like glitter dusted on a map, streets wind around buildings and below bridges, and dormant lit pools shine like glowing sapphires.
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More Than Moonlighting
These entrepreneurs reveal what it takes to run two completely different businesses.
A lawyer with a chocolate business, a pilot with a crawfish company, an accountant with an ice house venture. Entrepreneurs sometimes find their lives split between seemingly incongruous businesses. Some intentionally turned a hobby or interest into a moneymaking venture, while others saw an opportunity for a side business and seized it.
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