Hey Tailgate, georgiaredskin and I are about to put up our Christmas lights.
I'm assuming they should all be plugged into GFCI outlets. However, only one of our outdoor outlets is, to my untrained eye, GFCI. (House built in 1925). I've tested them with an outlet tester and they're properly grounded, but I don't see any reset button or anything marking them as GFCI.
I haven't done the math yet, but my assumption is that we have too many lights for one outlet. Should I buy some of those GFCI adapters so I can use the other outlets? Do they work properly? Is there an easier way?