Friday, October 08, 2010

Hallowe'en Nights 2010

It's that time of year again, when ghosts and ghouls come out to haunt down at Greenfield Village. We took advantage of the Indian Summer weather (gorgeous, sunny, 70s) and enjoyed a night trick-or-treating with Landon, who went dressed as a soldier in honor of his Uncle Bryce. Not a lot more to say beyond that, so let's get to the pics!
Our little soldier in his big uniform.
Having missed his nap, he fell asleep on the car ride over to the village.
At the entrance
"Don't fear the reaper."
One of hundreds of Jack O'Lanterns lining our path
Landon going in for a closer inspection
Sam Hain, Mom, and Son
"Have your palm read?"
Trick-or-Treaters strolling along the path
More of the same
Attentive Landon
"What's inside the shaking barrel? Let's take a look!"
With one of the many costumed guides
Play them bones!
Spooky ghost light in the covered bridge
Jacks and tavern. The houses along the trail were all decorated, and many had quirky occupants beckoning us to join them.
Pirate battle at the lagoon
Spooky church
550 pounds, and this was the small one!
Inside Taste of History
Landon having a taste of dessert
Trying his hand at the Mold-a-rama
More stacked Jacks
Sleepy Hollow -- Beware the Headless Horseman!
A fellow soldier on guard
Happy Halloween!!

1 comment:

Diamond Evans said...

That is awesome! I really miss my Michigan Hunted Houses and all that fun stuff.