Scary Streets in the Neighborhood

31 Oct
Scary Streets in the Neighborhood

I was packing up to ride home from work tonight when Jon the CFO popped into my office with a newspaper clipping. “You have to check out the Halloween decorations on South Court. They’re so good they were featured in this morning’s paper.” South Court isn’t exactly on my way home, but I had to roll by, especially since bike speed is perfect for scoping out the neighborhood.

Even though it wasn’t dark yet, the decorations were ghoulishly impressive and photos turned out better for the fading light. It would have been fun to come back after dark, but I had my own street’s little trick or treaters that I needed to hurry home for.

Which excites you more: Halloween decorations or Christmas lights? Do you decorate for either?

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Posted by on October 31, 2011 in Around Town


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