It is that time of year when our diets change to candy and junk food from what the kid’s or grandkid’s do not eat, or what is left from the kid’s that did not show up at your house to trick or treat! The best part though, is carving the pumpkin. I have seen some spectacular and very elaborately carved specimens over the years.
So let’s see what our members can come up with. The weather is still nice, though I think the rains are starting, so there should be lots of indoor time to get carving! Here are a couple of pumpkins we carved several years ago to get this started - Linda did the Husky and I did the crazy mosquito, art was never a strong point for me…!