We celebrated the holiday a bit early at the library, inviting the community to drive through the fabulously decorated underground garage. Staffers and volunteers dressed up. I took pictures and videos. Happy Halloween, from my relaxing moment with a skeleton member of the crew.
I’ll close the photo series of the visit of my dear wife Karen and I to Ontario Orchards with this image of a plant holder I saw as most definitely crafted for Halloween. Would you place a mum inside and place it on your front step to greet trick-or-treaters?
My dear wife Karen thought I had to take a photo of this frightful Halloween lawn ornament. Yes, it is a scare.
From our backyard to your place on this planet today, may you enjoy this Halloween. The moon can brighten your path to good things.
Yes, great job prepping your front lawn for the season, we thought during our neighborhood stroll. Bravo! Central New York thinks so much of Halloween for sure.
Even our cherished rescue mutt Ellie B wanted to linger at the foot of this house in the neighborhood. I like their display fit for the coming of Halloween, yes, I do.
Spotted with my dear wife Karen and cherished rescue mutt Ellie B during a pretty walk around our neighborhood was the fact that plenty of folks were gearing up for Halloween. This house already has ghosts hanging out under its big and pretty front tree.
Taking the quick stroll between the library and Dunkin’ in the Village of Liverpool, I pass the Retreat. The restaurant/lounge is ready for Halloween, simply and with nice style.
On a walk through the blocks of our Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville with my dear wife Karen and our cherished rescue mutt Ellie B, we enjoyed the Halloween preparations. Nicely done.
My cherished rescue mutt Ellie B aka Dogamous Pyle and I discovered a neat lineup for today’s holiday on a walk around our Liverpool neighborhood of Galeville. Nice work, neighbors.