This post is photo intensive, so if you have a slower connection, it might take a bit longer to load. Food tables set up along the back and side walls.
Putting out the finishing touches and taking photos before the feasting begins.
We had lots of room for people to manuever around the food stations while still having some inside seating.
Dessert and treat table complete with cookies, cake, candy, toys, light sticks, and flashlights.
Adapting an idea I saw at Home Depot, I used a step ladder with buckets wedged between the rungs to hold chips.
Did you know that Chef's drive tractors and pull hay rides around here?
Lexi was a pink cowgirl this year and is enjoying a bite with her friends.
Haybales around the firepit provided more seating for munching. It was so warm this year that a fire was not necessary, but you just have to have a big bonfire on an October night.
Witchie Poo had a rough landing, but at least the hay broke her fall.
The tire swing is always a favorite.
We opted not to have the outdoor movie this year for fear that we would blow a circuit....we are thinking it might be a good idea to run a new electric line next year. We had the extention cords loaded and the lights actually blinked a couple of times...yikes. To avoid disaster, we played bingo instead. I had plenty of cards but needed more markers, so we used pinto beans.
After all the fun is finished and most have gone home, Alden takes a minute to wind down.
It was a great party and I hope everyone has a Happy Halloween!!
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