We had a cold front move in for Halloween. My photos this week show islanders bundled up like they are in Alaska. This weekend had two Halloween events pictured here. The first is the annual sand pumpkin carving event. The second is the Trunk or Treat event held in the park. I hope you like them.
The lifeguard was on duty even though it was fifty degrees.
A view of a professional rendering of pumpkins on the beach.
Kids and a mom carving the sand pumpkins.
A couple of youngsters getting started.
A different technique.
A boy and his dad.
Mom and Cowboy fan.
More reminders of how we feel.
The Cowboy fan agrees.
Old glory is never too far away these days. A reminder us of how fortunate we are to live here.
Now for the Trunk and Treat which took place in the late afternoon. You can tell by the long shadows.
Our department of Parks and Recreation is the best.
You can see how it works. Folks have their trunks full of goodies.
There are also freshly grilled hamburgers.
This couple had a well decorated golf cart.
Speaking of pirates.Nice crew.
A shot of children getting treats at a picnic shelter.
Some of the goodies.
A huge castle for jumping.
Little duckies with gift numbers.
The biggest bounce house on the planet.
Happy Halloween from the island.