Happy Halloween!

Who doesn’t love a wacky Halloween party? Last Monday I blogged about how I was getting ready for the annual Halloween fest by making floating Jack-o-lanterns. Today I’ll show you pictures from this weekend’s celebration.

The party got off to a bang when the ghouls arrived. The ghosts of river people long dead.

I greeted them on my porch along with my guests.

What tasty fare filled the black caldron? Hot white chicken chili or lentils and ham. Yum!

A decoration often used at Halloween, the raven portrays darkness and trickery.

I think I scared this river spirit.

As darkness fell and the festivities wound to a close, the ghosts of the river people returned to whence they came.

8 Responses to Happy Halloween!

  1. annadamson says:

    Great pictures.Beautifully done!

  2. kevin says:

    That is pretty neat. Real scary.

  3. Cindy says:

    That’s not a buff orpington costume. I was hoping to see how it turned out!

  4. Sarah says:

    Looked like a great party Loved all the lighted pumpkins and the costumes. Wish I had been there.

  5. Sarah says:

    Looked like a great party!! I loved all the lighted pumpkins and the costumes. Wish I had been there.

  6. Sharon Triplett says:

    I wish I could have been at this party. It looked majical! This is my favorite holiday and P. Allen described it so well. Loved all the pictures.

  7. Wendy says:

    Why didn’t you dress up, Allen?

  8. Allen, I think you should have been in costume for your Halloween party. A great costume, for you, I think would be a Scare Crow, from your garden. Your signature blue shirt and beige pants covered with colorful patches, an old straw hat with black bird on top, and your face painted like the scare crow in the Wizard of Oz would be such fun.

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