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That looks like Halloween at our house last year. Trick-or-treating in boots and ski-coats makes the costumes a bit harder to see. Hope you weathered the storm well.
We actually had a very nice Halloween. This photo was taken in 2009. :)
That's just not right. lol
I should've included a caption to show that this was from 2009. :) Sorry! :)
Brings back memories of my Halloweening as a child in Edmonton, Alberta!
This is actually a photo from 2009. ;)Thanks for the comment. I used to live north of Edmonton in a small town called Valley View.
Hope you had a wonderful Halloween and that you had nice weather. We were in the 80s yesterday so still fairly warm when the sun went down. Was nice that we didn't have to bundle up the kiddos--I remember trick-or-treating in Toronto as a kiddo with costumes over heavy winter coats.
We had very nice weather, but it wasn't in the 80s! More like the low 60s, I think. This photo was taken in 2009. ;)
Do you really have snow? My childhood memories of H. are of cold, windy, sometimes snowy nights, and always dark because the clocks had been turned back.
Nah, this was shot in 2009. ;) We actually had a very mild Halloween with temps in the high 50s/low 60s, I think. No sign of snow (or rain) for a few more weeks, at least!
Yikes!! Snow already?? I guess I'm ready for it because we really had a mild winter last year and our lakes are so low!!! Plus, the hubby got a new(er) snowmobile the other day :D
LOL! I really should've added a caption to this shot. It was taken back in 2009. :)Oooh, a new snowmobile, eh? Sounds like fun! I wonder if we'll get any snow here this year. It's been soooooo dry!
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