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Old 10-31-2008, 10:04 PM   #1
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Old 10-31-2008, 10:09 PM   #2
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125 kids so far.
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I got one. Expected little neighbor kid in a sheet.. with holes for eyes. Cute for a 2 year old. Thats all I will get tho.

Hooterville is not set up for Trick or Treat. Too many houses set back on up/downslopes. Dark and dangerous.

I am listening to the party down in town. The merchants set up trick or treat and a haunted house and "ghoul" parade for the kiddies.
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I got one. Expected little neighbor kid in a sheet.. with holes for eyes. Cute for a 2 year old. Thats all I will get tho.

Hooterville is not set up for Trick or Treat. Too many houses set back on up/downslopes. Dark and dangerous.

I am listening to the party down in town. The merchants set up trick or treat and a haunted house and "ghoul" parade for the kiddies.
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Old 10-31-2008, 10:15 PM   #5
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We live in the middle of town and have had only 14 so far. There is so many other events going on that normal trick or treating is left to the teenagers. 10 teenagers, 11-15 and 4 small ones.
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Old 10-31-2008, 10:19 PM   #6
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Just got two little ones with their parents all dressed up too.
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I don't like the older ones.

My parents wouldn't let us go after we were 9 or so. And we really didn't want too either.

It's a LITTLE kids activity.. the older ones can go to parties etc. Let the kiddiewinks have their "night" to themselves.
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I've had about 50-60 trick or treaters. The weather is good hear and I'm close to a lot of good neighborhood houses. I do get a bunch of older ones but it doesn't bother me, although I give them the yucky candy(toosie rolls) from the assortment. That will teach 'um. Cyndi
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There is so many other events going on that normal trick or treating is left to the teenagers.
We don't participate in Halloween anymore, due to an incident with teenagers.
It involved threats, property damage, 4 calls to 9-1-1, Newspaper & TV reporters, and finally an apology from my City Council Member.

I just lock the front gate.
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Here's a pic of my pumpkin tonight:
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Looked lots better in the dark than in the daylight...


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Hey, Mary - GREAT punkin ... thanx for sharing that pic, and happy Holler-ween! L 'n D
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Not too much going on here on my street. I just had a thought for next year - I could decorate the Escape in my driveway like a haunted pumpkin and give candy out from there - might keep the dogs (in the house) from getting so freaked out.

My nieces and nephews were over for our family traditional pumpkin carving at Aunt Anne's. I'm still cleaning up the pumpkin guts from all over the house. But at the end of the evening, each kid stands next to their lit pumpkin for a picture. Pretty cute.
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When we moved here there were 150 little kids on our cresent under the age of 5. Now we have become a street of old retired people. We had only three little kids with parents come to the door. Too bad because it's nice to see their smiling faces and they grow up so soon.
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