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Big Halloween Display
Osage Orange or Hedgeapple
Combine in the Field
Bushes made into Ghosts
Unloading the Grain Truck into the Silo
Y’know I am not a big fan of “balloonicles” especially at Christmas. My neighbors had a grinch that popped a few days before Christmas Eve and I really couldn;t help but laugh. Poor little Grinchy all flat on the front lawn reminded me of the scene where he slithered around the Christmas tree in the cartoon. Anyway I have to say Halloween baloonicles somehow look acceptable. Great pictures.
I once read that Halloween decoration purchases are only second to Christmas. When I saw the ghosts riding in the ATV, I knew that could no longer be true.
I love the spider web with the giant pumpkin in front! A very nifty idea!
I saw this one on the way to soccer practice one night.
That green orange looks scary – brainlike! Can one eat such a thing?
I am not sure if humans can eat it although squirrels will – or at least taste it. I like having them in a bowl on my dining room table as they smell citrus-y. Plus, hedge apples are supposed to repel certain bugs away from the home.
I had never seen an osage orange until last fall! I had no idea what they were. Signs of fall that I’ve seen? Mums and pumpkins…oh, and pansies!
I have two six packs waiting to get into the ground.
Mostly it’s been in an errant fallen leaf, or the occasional leave transformed from green to orange. This morning I did catch sight of a creepy Halloween decoration on a porch. (I’m glad Li’l D did not catch sight of the same!)
Some have been creepy. Now that the gloomy weather is upon us, I think even the cheerful displays will be a little ghoulish.
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