What an awesomely beautiful day for Halloween. Not a cloud in the sky and temps ranged from the 40's in the morning to low 70's in the afternoon. It was a wonderful change from most of the rainy month of October.
We took off early Saturday morning and drove over to Canton for Trade Day (flea market). Lots of cool stuff, but we managed to get out having bought only one item. It's a old ceiling light fixture with a very heavy glass shade. Most of the fixture is really ratty - but the glass shade is awesome. Don't have a pic up of it yet, 'cuz it isn't much to look at. Plans are for me to use the glass shade for a small bedside lamp for my Mrs. I'll post before/after pics when there's something worth showing.
On the drive over, we saw these:
Those are Belted Galloway Cattle, sometimes called "Oreo Cows". The breed originated in Ireland. Pretty cool looking....
Saturday evening we were home for the Trick or Treaters... all 6 of them. I shit you not,- we only had six kids come by our house all evening. What a drag. We get fewer and fewer kids by every Halloween. Hardly seems worth getting candy, now.
Got to see the Grandbaby, though, when my Daughter and Son-in-law brought the kids by at the beginning of their Halloween "rounds".
Bailey was a Pirate Princess this year... and even a plastic sword in the hands of a 9 month old can be an interesting experience :)