Transcript for Family Takes Picture in Front of Street Signs as Annual Tradition
Finally tonight, hitting the road for the new year. One family turning street signs into a work of art, and a holiday tradition. Here's John donvan. Reporter: Last year's new year's card from this family, one in a series. Which began 37 years, when the family was just a 3-year-old and a dad, Dan, who took them to to a highway for the photo because of a sign. I saw the intersection of 79 and 80, I realized that was the perfect place. Reporter: A year later, similar thing, different sign. Because, 1981. A card found its way into the hand of Kathy, whom Dan had a crush on. It's the end of December. I'll send her a new year's card. Reporter: Third year, there's Kathy. She had liked that card. It was the impetus to call back. Reporter: And they got married. And on it went, as more kids came along, and crowded into the frame, and then the kids started to disperse. This is life. Children grow up. Reporter: So they showed up in inserts. The record has brought back the moments in time. Reporter: So now, their card for 2017. From the side of a road, from the side of lots of roads. Happy new year! Reporter: John donvan, ABC news. New year's kisses. Thank you for starting off your new year with us. "Gma" first thing in the morning. I'm Cecilia Vega. I'll be right back here tomorrow night. From all of us at ABC news, happy new year.
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