I've got nothing, but yours is looking very cool!
My wife puts up fall decorations in front of the house; pumpkins, corn stalks and that sort of stuff, but her Halloween decorations have declined significantly since the kids grew up. We used to have a pretty decent setup when they were young, and we'd have 50 trick-or-treaters stop at the door. Last year we had none, as in zero. I suppose our neighborhood got old.
I look forward to seeing what else you have in store.
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I told my wife she could stand in the front yard on Halloween.....................once.
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I don't decorate for Halloween, as I am too rural for Trick or Treaters. But, I usually dress up for the occasion. It has always been my favorite holiday! After all, what is better than being totally crazy and eating chocolate?? And the candy specials the day after Halloween, can be awesome. Used to enjoy shopping those. Now, I avoid the stores the week after Halloween, so as to avoid so much temptation!
I LOVE your decorations!! Add more pics here as they go up. I'm still a kid at heart, I guess, and really like that stuff!
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Like said.... Being so far out in the sticks now, I don't get any trick or treat company at this holiday....
Many years ago, when my kids were about 3 and 4..... In the early fall we moved into this older ranch home in a nice older burb... It had a detached 2 car garage that sat off to the side of the house and behind.... The driveway was a little long and lined with 5-6 big old kinda overhanging trees... The best part was it had an older fiberglass 16' garage door....
I hung an old pair of coveralls on a hanger on the inside of the door, pinned a pair of gloves on the arms, and hung a cardboard punkin head on the end of one sleeve.... Then back lit it with a shop light....
That first Halloween night at that house was pitch black dark..... And out of 60 - 70 that came to the door, 90% of the kids and moms screamed out a lung when they saw that in the garage door.... I did this for a couple more years, until the garage door needed replacing.... And was told there were more than a few cases of wet under ware because of that.... Including moms as well as kids....
I can't help but laugh to myself about that every year at this time...
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I'll wake up in the morning, look in the mirror, scare the crap outta myself
That should do it for the day