Thursday, October 30, 2014


Neighbors estimate there were 300 plus.  
 The pictures tell the story.















Old friends and new . . . happy little kids . .  some big ones, too.
A few hours to forget the old world outside our immediate
communities  . . . to take time to bask in the glow of autumn's traditions and the innocent happiness of the young.

(Grandpa Strong designed and assembled those cardboard tombstones for  us, back in the early 80's.
   They are a treasure)


Anonymous said...

Great Trick or Treat pics.
Looks like a great place to get your candy!

Cathy said...

Yes . . . Thank you anonymous. We have a reputation as being a Chocolate Caloric Cornucopia :)

Rev. Paul said...

Those are great pics, and remind me what Halloween costumes used to look like.

The ones worn here are usually cut to fit over parkas. Heh.

Cathy said...

Thanks Rev. Paul . . .
If Trick or Treat night had been delayed a night or two, here . . .we'd have needed the parkas, too :)

threecollie said...

Aww...what little cuties! We don't see them any more up here on our haunted hill.

Cathy said...

Marianne . . . you've got your own little cutie up there :)

Larry said...

I know many people don't like Halloween for various reasons.Your photos are a reminder of what a fun tradition it is for kids and the photos are great!

Cathy said...

Thanks, Larry. It truly is a couple hours of innocent fun. For old and young.