Happy Halloween!

Boo!

Oh, Honey.. don’t be scared! I’ll turn the lights back on…

See there now? He’s really very friendly…just look at that grin!

Can you believe that I’ve already had a trick-or-treater, and it’s only 10 in the morning?

Aren’t you getting a little too big for this?

No snow to speak of from the weekend’s storm for us, but the Butterfly got more than a foot up in Spencer…Niko-Bear’s first Trick-or-Treat is postponed until NEXT Tuesday!

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34 thoughts on “Happy Halloween!

    • It’s an old milk can – there was a guy at a big antiques show over the summer who was making them. I couldn’t pass it up…
      You’re sweet to have thought of us! Hope you’re having good weather out your way!

  1. I’m sure the reason your trick-or-treater was so early is that he was just getting waaaay too excited to show off such a convincing costume! Quite spectacular. Give that deer a treat!

  2. Love the milk can! Your trick-or-treater’s relatives come calling almost daily back in Michigan. Rather than beg for treats, they help themselves to an old tree’s apples and will be back throughout Winter, although not as frequently. Beautiful animals, aren’t they? Have a great Halloween!

    • Thanks, John…that milk can was a find, and I don’t even decorate much anymore.
      The deer are a total pain in the butt, with all we have to go through to keep them out of the garden, but I have to admit, I still think they’re beautiful…
      Tasty, but beautiful!

  3. WE don’t celebrate Halloween here, it is most definitely thought of as an American holiday, though some people are trying to get people to celebrate it. I hope you have a good evening.

    • I know most of the world doesn’t celebrate it the way we do here, but sharing traditions is part of the fun…Do you have a holiday today? I know some countries do…
      It’s always a quiet evening down at our place – we’re too far off the beaten path for trick-or-treat.

      • We do have a holiday on the 1st, but it is usually the 1st Tuesday in the month of November, it is for the running of the Melbourne Cup, a horse race steeped in tradition. Silly really, but, apparently, we Melbournians really really love our sports. The government does it to keep our minds off how they are destroying us. Haha

  4. Halloween was also postponed for my grandsons in CT. They are still without power and I’m told it is warmer outside than in the house. I really loved your pictures and as this is my first visit here I spent some time browsing through your earlier posts. I’m so glad I did that. You’ve created a great spot for your readers to visit and I really enjoyed the time I spent here. I’ll definitely be back.I hope you have a great day. Blessings…Mary

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