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    Happy Hallowe'en

    The kids are out on their annual candy extorting trek, Queen LOML is on escort duty, so I'm sitting here minding the door all by myself...

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    Happy Hallowe'en!!
    ...art

    ps: And if you need some fun light-macabre viewing, I remind you of the very creative Life and Death of a Pumpkin short video. Hilarious, but not for youngsters, probably.
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    Some unique designs there Art!

    Don't look scary at all, looks rather nice
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    Well Art after last night i think Canada is experiencing another baby boom, either that or someone was bussing kids into our area. We had loads of goodies and ran out. We have never run out in 8 years.
    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Keeble View Post
    Well Art after last night i think Canada is experiencing another baby boom, either that or someone was bussing kids into our area. We had loads of goodies and ran out. We have never run out in 8 years.
    I think they're busing them out of our area.. we didn't have a single kid last night, but Saturday we had one... I guess another benefit of living in the boonies...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Keeble View Post
    We had loads of goodies and ran out. We have never run out in 8 years.
    52 kids on our door. 51 for my coworker who lives in the next neighbourhood. Less than 20 for my other colleague.

    It all depends on your neighbourhood. My brother in Trenton had 80. My sister-in-law in Halifax had 200 Lots of young families on their street!

    We live in an older (25yr) neighbourhood. The numbers have gone down more-or-less steadily in the 12 years we've lived here.
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    We had 1 kid this year, which is up over previous years. We're at the end of a cul-de-sac at the top of a hill, and no kids of trick or treating age live on the street.

    Art, I really like the pumpkin pi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    We had 1 kid this year, which is up over previous years. We're at the end of a cul-de-sac at the top of a hill, and no kids of trick or treating age live on the street.

    Art, I really like the pumpkin pi.
    with the apple pumpkin next to it it looks more like apple pi
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Keeble View Post
    Well Art after last night i think Canada is experiencing another baby boom, either that or someone was bussing kids into our area. We had loads of goodies and ran out. We have never run out in 8 years.
    Nothing lasts forever
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