And boy did it snow...
Even so, 51 determined trick or treaters (and their parents) endured the elements to brave the spine tingling Walk of fear!
|the view as you approach from our driveway|
|entering the Big Frank archway...he needed gloves|
|remember Marilyn's got her eye on you|
|we summoned the tree creature from the arboreal nether regions to greet you as you enter the tunnel of terror!|
|ok, it's possible I may have exaggerated a bit about that whole "tunnel of terror" thing...|
|...but hey, the skeleton groundbreaker, the haunted urn and clock are kinda scary...y'know, a little...|
|...and there's all these other guys you have to sneak by...|
|...plus mr. bolts...|
|...and the st. james infirmary duo, all before you finally get to...|
|...the trik-r-treat payoff...|
|...courtesy of the lovely Mrs. Stein...|
|...and that tall, green, formerly deceased icon of the silver screen, Gramp N. Stein (the crazed glare in his eyes is from the glasses he has to wear under his mask to see anything)|
Alright, it's not very scary, but our target age every year is around 6 to 10 years.
We want it to be a little bit of spooky fun for the kids, not a nightmare inducing ordeal.
Judging from the happy, albeit frozen, campers who graced our doorstep, it was mission accomplished.
So even though the weather didn't cooperate...
...it was still a fun evening and a good time was had by all.
Now to put all that stuff away and get ready for...
Just 3 weeks away...
This has been an All Hallows E'en Breaking News report; we now return you to your regularly scheduled life.
later, mcm fans...
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