Outdoor Lights Refresh

Photo info: FUJIFILM X-E4, 27mm, f/4, 1/100 sec, ISO1600
“Lighting” Cedar Park, 2021

Last year we put up a string of lights on our deck just outside our dinner/breakfast room and it made the space so nice to look at. But recently, the cord broke, and also our fancy remote-controlled power outlet stopped working. Remedying both situations was pretty easy (and cheap).

For the broken cord, all it took was my pair of wire cutters (like these) and electrical tape to reconnect the wires.

Instead of replacing the broken remote-controlled outlet (which lasted a year), I bought an inexpensive lightbulb socket outlet adapter. We have an exterior light that is rarely used because it’s positioned badly for providing light on the deck. However, it’s in the perfect location for plugging in the string lights. So now the light switch next to our dinner table light switch turns on the string lights. What a simple solution that I am ashamed I didn’t think of last year.

Now we can enjoy the deck lighting once again.

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