KINGSPORT — Try not to drive down Watauga Street too fast, else you'll miss the fall decorations on display by one Kingsport family.

Ryan and Beth Wagner have placed an antique medical buggy from the late 1800s in their front yard and surrounded it with hay bales and pumpkins of all shapes, sizes and colors.

Beth said her father found the buggy for them last year and she and her husband put it on display then for Christmas. This year, the couple got it out and decorated in time for Halloween and Thanksgiving and again plan to keep it out and property decorated for Christmas.

Beth said it's rather appropriate a medical buggy is sitting in her front yard, given their home used to be owned by Shelton Reed — a 1933 graduate of Dobyns-Bennett High School who practiced medicine in the Model City for more than 40 years.