Browsing All posts tagged under »Halloween«

Halloween at the old farmhouse

November 1, 2010


Babs was out and about on Halloween Sunday.  She writes:  The leaves are all gone, but it turned into a beautiful day and then I found this very nice old farm house north of here somewhere. I loved the tire swing and two pumpkins on the porch.  Me too, me too!  This house was probably built in […]

A Victorian mystery

October 10, 2010


I suppose it is possible to go for a simple walk and come back refreshed and unpuzzled but I often come back with my pockets full of questions and a lot of odd photos. Why should I be the only one wondering about these things?

Early Halloween

October 5, 2010


I can’t help it, I tend to rush the season.  I like Halloween.  I think it’s the treats.  Anyway, that is how I came to be photographing my favorite spooky tree in the woods behind the Writing Studio and Bait Shop.  Please note, I am not tilted.  The Hoo-Doo Tree clings to a hillside that […]

OK, so, define “treats”

November 5, 2009


I can’t get Trick-or-Treaters to come to the Writing Studio and Bait Shop.  (Maybe they worry about what the treats might be.  Buzzbaits?  Crawlers?  Bad poetry?)  They go to the Eastport Market, though, and the Papparazza of Eastport was there. I figure it’s never too late to decorate this place with pictures of cute little […]

Happy Halloween from the Writing Studio and Bait Shop

October 31, 2008


We love Halloween at our house.  We are all in a dither about costumes this year.  Miss Sadie, a terrier of uncertain lineage, is debating whether to go as a Yellow Dog Democrat or a pit bull in lipstick.  The Cowboy, a fluffy spaniel of some sort or another, is considering whether to have his […]