Monthly Archives: October 2011
Today is of course Halloween. That being so, what image could I possibly make other than one of the girls in costume? So here’s the little one in her guise as a Candy Corn Witch.
We’re a bit late this year as Halloween is tomorrow, but we finally got around to carving our pumpkins this evening. The girls, as you can see, enjoy the process immensely. The little one may enjoy it a bit too … Continue reading
I can definitely tell the Photos to 40 project is coming to a close. We’ve come nearly full circle, and are starting to revisit subjects from around this time last year. For example, we visited Halloween Jack-o-Lanterns at the end … Continue reading
Something a bit different today. We’ve got some beautiful color on the trees in the yard, particularly one tree that is turning a spectacular blend of yellow and red. Looking out the back window the color change on this particular … Continue reading
As I mentioned yesterday, the Sou’Wester excursion involved more than just strolling around wearing funny seaman hats. In each of the pubs we visited we were met by an Irish folk band. Joined by our kilted bagpipe playing guide and … Continue reading
By far, our favorite excursion of the cruise was in Halifax, Nova Scotia. I’m not sure what this says about us, but it wasn’t a historical tour, a scenic cruise, or anything of the like. It was a good old … Continue reading