Of course pictures can't do it justice, but I'm going to post some anyway.
There is a nearly full-sized nativity scene to remind us of the reason for the season.
The star over the stable has 10,000 lights.
I particularly liked this little shepherd boy.
The Wise Men came from afar.
There were unusual flowers in the garden. I believe these are rare multicolored hydrangeas.
And how about these red-eyed susans?
The Temple was the first built in Arizona and was dedicated in 1927.
When you go, don't miss the wonderful display in the visitors center featuring nativity sets from around the world.
They were all wonderful. Here's one from Mexico.
I think we had something like this German nativity pyramid when I was little. Is that right, Diana? Candles are placed in the holders and, when lit, the heat causes the tiers of the pyramid to turn.
I think this one was my very favorite. It was marked USA, but was obviously a very specific part of our country.