Michael Myers of Michael’s Drone Photography provides a bird’s eye view of the Golden Valley Christmas display of 101 blowups, 75,000 lights and a bunch of other cool-looking holiday items. People who would like to visit the display at 2225 S. Dome Road in Golden Valley can do so by turning south on Egar Road (Mile Marker 17) from Highway 68 and driving about four and a half miles. Turn right on Tapeats Drive (if you arrive at Shinarump Drive, you’ve gone a half-mile too far). Head west for about one half mile and you can’t miss the display at the corner of Tapeats and Dome. According to Chris Marie and her husband Butch Meriwether, the display will be up and running each night for at least four hours after sundown and they plan on keeping the display up until Jan. 2. Those who visit the Christmas display are invited to donate a bag of dog or cat food for the no-kill animal shelter and sanctuary For The Luv of Paws, and/or donate a new unwrapped toy to be turned over to the Marine Corps League Detachment #887 for the Toys for Tots program for local needy children. According to those who have seen their previous displays, the trip to Golden Valley is well worth it. People interested in contacting Michael Myers can do so by emailing him at dronephotos@hotmail.com or they can reach him at (928) 897-2631