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Re: Happy Halloween
« Reply #15 on: November 01, 2011, 01:19:06 PM »
HEY YOU KIDS!!!

GET OFF MY LAWN!!!!!
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Re: Happy Halloween
« Reply #16 on: November 01, 2011, 01:36:56 PM »
We definitely don't get any trick or treaters out here - too far from civilization. My kids drive 40 minutes to my parents house to trick or treat their neighborhood. I came home early from work today to wait for repairman. I have been getting into their candy all afternoon. I've had Milk Duds, Dots, Snickers, Twix and some Star bursts so far. Littlest one just got home so I guess that candy box is now shut down.
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Re: Happy Halloween
« Reply #17 on: November 01, 2011, 09:08:34 PM »
HEY YOU KIDS!!!

GET OFF MY LAWN!!!!!

Boy...you must have fun cleaning up egg shells and toilet paper every year  :D
My neighbors gave their daughter a roll of toilet paper to roll our trees-all in fun, she had no idea what to do with it so she stuck it on a tree branch.  Hopefully it will still be there if I decide to defecate under the tree one day.
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Re: Happy Halloween
« Reply #18 on: November 02, 2011, 05:08:26 PM »
we left a bowl of candy in a chair on the front porch and set out on a hay ride in the neighborhood.

I took 8 square bales of hay, some xmas lights, a honda generator, an ipod dock and some powered monitor speakers, a few dollar store halloween decorations and decked out an 18' trailer.  Us and the 8 kids and parents that joined us had a BLAST.  It was the best trick or treat outing I can remember as an adult. 







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Re: Happy Halloween
« Reply #19 on: November 02, 2011, 07:30:52 PM »
we left a bowl of candy in a chair on the front porch and set out on a hay ride in the neighborhood.

I took 8 square bales of hay, some xmas lights, a honda generator, an ipod dock and some powered monitor speakers, a few dollar store halloween decorations and decked out an 18' trailer.  Us and the 8 kids and parents that joined us had a BLAST.  It was the best trick or treat outing I can remember as an adult. 


My neighborhood does the same ('cept for the candy bowl) for New Year every year (when it's not too cold)
With a "progressive dinner" Three to five homes host and we start with drinks, appetizers, meal, dessert
and so on. We start 8-9ish and end at the celebratory house with some champagne and the toast. Loads of fun.
Ruben * Colorado :)