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Have you all got your porch lights on? Wishing you many little Ghosties and Goblins, Witches and Pirates haunting you tonight.
-- 'To plant a Garden is to believe in Tomorrow'
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3811 posts in 2570 dayshardiness zone 5a
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822 posts in 2665 dayshardiness zone 5b
posted 10-31-2010 07:07 PM
Ook nice. Not to much just rightI only had 3 kids last yr my 3 grandsons and this yr I had bought only for 12 n I had 15so had to give out toonies
-- NS Zone 5B 200 KM East of Halifax cheers Bunting------Having a place to go – is a home. Having someone to love – is a family.
7374 posts in 2721 dayshardiness zone 5a
posted 10-31-2010 07:53 PM
We got 46 so far tonight.I think they are finished now.
-- Bon,Hastings,Ont.....zone 5a....Always room for one more
posted 10-31-2010 08:18 PM
I usually have around 20 little ones, and that’s what I had tonight. Here’s seven of them…..(a little skunk is hiding behind the blurry bear in the front). I gave them all a handful of candy but still have too much left over. It’s been a cold, wet night here so I don’t expect anymore. Lucky you, Bon, to have so many trickers and treaters. :) And lucky you, Bunting, that you goblins included you gradsons. :)
5117 posts in 2571 dayshardiness zone 5a
posted 10-31-2010 09:11 PM
Went from over 200 a few years ago to about 20 this year. Who knows? Cold weather? Scary manikin near the front door? More O’Henry Bars for me. LOL
-- jroot ....... Southern Ontario .......... grow zone 5A ...................."Gardening is an exercise in optimism." ....... . . Author Unknown
14691 posts in 2941 dayshardiness zone 5b
posted 11-01-2010 05:18 AM
no kids here … even when I ran a preschool in my home I had to bribe the kids to make the trek to my house!
back on the farm (growing up) we would get over a hundred kids … oh those were the days, driving for miles to connect with friends/relatives for the yearly visit. Fudge for the driver…...
-- - Debbie, SW Ontario Canada (USDA Hardiness Zone: 5a)
393 posts in 1920 dayshardiness zone 7
posted 11-01-2010 05:24 AM
We had 5 girls all at once, and that was it! One of the little girls was a Muslim and she didn’t have permission to be with, but she was anyway (gotta love the rebels). The other girls all had bags, but not the Muslim girl, she was happy to get her treat in her hand. Otherwise no visits, so now we have a lot of candy bars for our grand kids. Halloween isn’t such a big deal here. Also, this year they tried to arrange Halloween parties for the kids instead of the traditional trick or treating. It’s only the last few years that Halloween has been practiced here.
-- Mike the reluctant gardening assistant of Lillian
posted 11-01-2010 07:18 AM
Door-to-door trick & treating certainly is not what it used to be here either. Maybe a good thing….for kids, for parents and also for neighbours. Less worry about what the kids may run into. Community parties are being held instead.
But I miss having all the little ones come to the door…..it is one of the few times I get a chance to greet neighbour’s children. Being friendly with the neighbourhood kids goes a long way to discouraging unfriendly behaviour as they get older. :)
posted 11-01-2010 07:28 AM
a very good pointit takes a village to raise a child
and who would disrespect someone who gives out good treats at Hallowee’en!!
417 posts in 1974 dayshardiness zone 4
posted 11-03-2010 02:32 AM
Here in Australia as much as it is pushed on us Halloween has never really caught on. Some years ago we use to get a few kids trick or treating, but not for a while. Might be the 2 dogs who knows.
-- David, Adelaide South Australia. Every day I wake up breathing is a good day!
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