Happy All Hallow’s Eve!
I thought of all the ways I could write this post
then I thought about the fall post I was going to share
My deck with pansies ready to plant along with a faux pumpkin or two. 🙂
Last year we were driving to Tombstone, Arizona on
All Hallow’s Eve then visited a big graveyard there along with
some cool museums and saw a re-enactment of the famous
shootout between the Earps and the Clantons
with our big move to Texas.
One of the campsites decorated here at Wagon Master RV Park and Alpaca Farm.
The year previous , we had just moved to Lake Skinner and we reverse trick-or-treated by bringing candy to the other
camp hosts there since no kids were there.
That’s a pretty place to visit around the end of October
if you enjoy camping in California.
Lots of fish in the lake, too, with great fishing!
Our camp hosts’ site dressed for the kiddos to come out and trick-or-treat!
This year we are at Wagon Master RV Park and Alpaca Farm
and loving our new adventure in Central Texas!
We’ve spent a year roaming the prairie country around here
driving on roads behind farmer’s tractors as they drive huge
500 lb. hay bale rolls to close-by neighbors to feed their cattle
sheep and horses.
Beautiful fall color with mums and lingering petunias from summertime.
Then too last year , I was saying goodbye to friends and coworkers so I made a ton of fabric pumpkins to give out.
So I thought maybe I’d just share some of our neighbors’ yards
a little of my own and, of course, my annual spooky head!
I’d reshare past photos but they aren’t saved on the cloud
anymore and have been moved off to a separate drive.
If you’d like to check out my first All-Hallow’s Eve post please click on these highlighted words.
A recent post I shared earlier this month.
Now it’s just about enjoying fall and sharing some favorite
And a tablesetting coming up later this week…
Happy All Hallow’s Eve