Sunday, October 15, 2017

Halloween's Coming...

Folks go all out around here for Halloween, the decorations are pretty and pretty amazing.




So for that reason, I added number 21 to the Autumn Bucket List...

21. Ride around and look at Halloween Decorations.

And to make that extra fun and a lil competitive...

I found this Halloween Scavenger Hunt on Pinterest.
If you guys are interested, and you should be interested, it can be found and printed here.

And just in case you had not noticed, 
we have completed only 9 of our 21 Autumn Bucket List items,
we better get busy!!

19 comments:

  1. Beautiful decorations! I just adore your zest for life. You are an inspiration!

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  2. What a fun idea! Halloween decorating around here seems to come in shifts. Last year not so much but I've seen more decorations this year. Love those giant pots of mums in the photos you shared.

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  3. When we moved to the South, we were shocked at the interest in Halloween. Wasn't that big a deal back in the Southwest.

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  4. It appears more and more people are doing major decorations for fall and especially Hallowe'en now, Debbie. These are lovely!

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  5. Hello, love the decorations, pretty mums and pumpkins. I am surprised Cape May is not crossed off your list. We have a neighbor down the street that has their whole lawn covered with Halloween Decorations. My son is really into decorating too. Happy Sunday, enjoy your new week ahead.

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  6. Love the mums and pumpkins! And your bucket list #21 made me smile. Have fun!

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  7. YOu must live in the neatest place on earth!!!!! People around your area, really get into holidays. Love it!!! :-)

    We haven't even been to the Pumpkin Patch yet!!!!!

    We are so far behind. -grinnnnn-

    And the Halloween lights, I found... they aren't up yet! yes, I have some priorities, to work on!!!!!!

    How excited are you now? About the weekend? >,-))))))))))))

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  8. I think the house the block over would have most of that list in their front yard, LOL, some people really do go all out that's for sure :)

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  9. Halloween has certainly become a bigger event since I was young.

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  10. I love all things fall and want to squeeze all the fallness of every day! The season feels likes it’s winding down and we are just now having days that are in the 70’s. Ruth Ann and I made a Fall Bucket List and we’ve actually done a few of them! We will run out of fall before we run out of activities.

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  11. Y'all have really knocked out a lot of places to go, and things to see!

    It would do no good for us to have a Halloween display since the front is covered with azalea bushes. :)

    xoxo

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  12. We don't really do bucket lists, you never know what will come up!
    We have a lot of people who celebrate harvest time, not so much Hallowe'en. The cities are where the kids are and they go crazy!

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  13. You are just so fun! I love your Bucket list and your scavenger hunt. I think the decorations area look awesome. They decorate around here but not that much.
    Loved your photos as always! Hugs~

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  14. Just looks so good and colourful.
    Great pics again Debbie, thanks for sharing them here.

    All the best Jan

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  15. Beautiful Autumn decor -- I love this kind of decorations... the spooky stuff not so much. People around here go all out for the Holiday too -- maybe everywhere these days. I'm too lazy to do challenges, but that scavenger hunt is pretty neat! Y'all better get busy on that Autumn bucket list , winter's on the way ;>) (I'm totally teasing -- You two already do SO much more, so many interesting things you share you put all of us to shame. And I appreciate that.)

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  16. I am so excited and can't wait to see more of what you post. As I remember you share some fun stuff for Halloween!

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  17. So very fall and festive for the season. Hope you have fun with that list.

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