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Nice Mild Night for the Treaters

by Bobby Blair
November 1, 2018

 

They began at 6:04 pm and ended just past 8 pm. This big kid is always happy to take part in this event with Celtic origins, influenced by the Romans and Americanized. I pulled out my clown mask for the occasion and captured a few surprised faces. Enjoy!

 

This young lad wasn't quite sure he wanted to take a treat from the guy in the clown mask until dad did a little coaxing

Six bags of candy gone, and several bags left, not good for  this dieting, already lost 42 lbs Mudvillian. Hey what harm can a few of those Kit Kats do.

 

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