A little late, but I just had time to put this little pic together the other night (bottom)...was having fun playing around with this digital scrapbooking stuff. :)
So our Halloween consisted of first going to find this little Halloween carnival in Palos Verdes...which I assumed I knew where it was and went straight there...we saw tents set up and lots of people so we parked and got out, then upon walking around realized - 'duh, we're at a Farmers Market'...so we shopped around a bit while we were there and discovered this DELICIOUS flatbread dip with feta cheese, sun dried tomatoes, and a bunch of spices and oil....so we bought one and it is YUMMMMYY....
Then I actually looked up the address to find the carnival (first step next time) and headed that way (complete opposite direction). It was a small carnival with little crafts and games for the kids. They also had a pumpkin race which we watched for a bit, but none of the pumpkins made it very far unfortunately.
Afterwards we ate lunch at In n Out (yummmmmm, animal fries!) and then headed to Riviera Village in Redondo Beach for some practice trick-or-treating, lol. They have the street blocked off and all the shops give out candy...that place gets packed with tons of cute trick or treaters, and lots of dressed up dogs too.
While we waited for it to get dark, we went to Del Amo mall to walk around and found that some of the stores there were giving out candy as well.
Then finally it was about that time, so we headed over to Candy Cane Lane (the local neighborhood that gets all decked out for Christmas....they also do it pretty big for Halloween, although not as big) for the official trick or treat. My sister and her friend joined us as well. This place is like an amusement park because it's so crowded!! I love the atmosphere though....tons of decorations, most residents sit outside with their little campfire things burning, and hand out candy at the sidewalk. There are literally lines at most houses, 15-20 people deep sometimes....it's insane. But you can't deny the excited feeling in the air of all the little kids. It's a great spot (that is quickly becoming overrun unfortunately).
20 blocks later we were all exhausted....so we called it a night and went home with our treasures. :)
And that's all she wrote, have a great Sunday everyone! :)
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