Here’s my street on Martin Luther King Day:
That’s my flag. It was a national holiday and all, so I put it out just after sunrise.
Nope, no one else with a flag out.
And the thing is, there’s a service run by our local LDS ward that puts out flags for just about everyone on just about every holiday.*
We live on a corner though, and surely there were flags flying in the other direction:
No luck there either. I had more luck looking towards the west:
That’s my flag again. Sorry about the dimness of this one, but if you look in the distance there is a flag out in front of the local LDS bishop’s house.
I drove a few miles through my neighborhood late Monday afternoon, and I saw all of 3 flags: mine, the bishop’s, and a non-LDS neighbor a few doors to the right of this shot.
* I opted out of that service a few years ago, since I now have a nicer flag. Also, it was run as a fundraiser by the local Young Men’s and Young Women’s groups in our LDS ward, and they were hit-or-miss about asking whether their non-LDS neighbors were intereted in paying for the service.