I’ve been wanting to post my Churchill pictures (bears, auroras and tundra, oh my!) but they’re in a format that I can’t work with. Instead I am going to post a whole slew of pictures of our Halloween festivities. We’re going big this year.
We started off by finding our way through the Bozeman Maze.
Before Henry left for Churchill (he’s just gone for a couple weeks this year) we wanted a family day at the pumpkin patch. We usually go to a farm in Bozeman, but we opted for the local gig at the fairgrounds. It was small, and only one or two other people were there when we were, but it was cute. And we got some super expensive pumpkins, so there’s that.
It’s not quite Halloween, but I signed the boys up for a sugar skull class at the Livingston Center for Arts and Culture to celebrate Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Day).
We took the pricey pumpkins to a carving party a friend of a friend had at the Civic Center. There was a whole lot of running around (yay!), some carving, and enough pizza to feed a pumpkin patch worth of people.
Well, one party wasn’t enough, so we had one of our own. Not so much a party as a get together. I invited two friends, and suddenly there were eight kids. Funny how that happens these days.
What’s scarier than a graveyard the day before Halloween? Probably a lot of things, but we were looking for a place to walk the dogs, so it seemed appropriate.
Tomorrow’s the big day. Trick-or-treating and a couple more parties. Then we rest.