I hope that you’re ready…
If you’re celebrating Halloween, some on the left consider you to be a super-spreader. Here on Arizona’s Mogollon Rim, there aren’t many kids anyway, so no decorations and no anticipated trick-or-treaters.
There aren’t any Halloween parties, either, and that’s a shame, because I enjoy them – parties in general, Halloween parties in specific.
Pumpkins are cheap now, and that means that shooting pumpkins has replaced shooting watermelon here at the White Wolf Mine in what passes for entertainment. No, they aren’t wasted. The elk love them – even pre-broken. Next year, I shall plant watermelon and pumpkins here on the property as part of my “building targets and feeding elk” project.
And since it’s a Halloween blog today, there needs to be a witch, right?
Ok, go have fun and don’t do anything that I wouldn’t do…that’s called leaving it wide open.