It’s that time year again when the little kids and the not so little kids come trick or treating.
It’s no different when you are in a snowbird RV park. I really liked the way this park handled Halloween. In each park (remember there is a sister park right across the street) one street is dedicated to the Trick or Treat-ers. This way, those with less than honorable intentions, don’t get free reign to case the place if you will.
A little after five everyone lined up their tables and chairs on the designated street and sat back to wait for the princesses and witches and Spiderman and grim reapers galore.
Superman getting ready to take flight.
Dann and Pat together.
Park managers, Cynthia and Scott in their Halloween garb.
The Trick or Treat-ers still hadn’t arrived so I walked inside the Friendship Hall to see what was going on in their.
The main hall all decked out for dinner after the kiddies leave.
Evidently some game playing was going on because candy corn note pads and pencils were on each table.
Activity staffers getting desserts ready.
Decorations in the hall.
A little after 5:30 the action on the street started. A steady line of cars coming in and and dropping off the kids and a parent and the other parent taking the car and picking them up at the other end.
I noticed some of the kids didn’t even bother dressing up at all, just held out their bags, or plastic pumpkins for the goodies. I also noticed quite a few adults with a bag or plastic pumpkin too which I thought was really odd.
Lots and lots of candy was given out this day here in the park. All of the participants who wanted to give out candy had a minimum of 300 pieces of the sweet stuff. And every one of them ran out of candy before they ran out of kids.
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