Hope everyone had a safe and merry Christmas or related celebration! Thought I would continue my end of year stat pad .,..err, I mean Haunted Trail of Tears recollection posts. If you recall on Christmas Eve I pulled a Tim Burton and provided insights into what it takes to bring our annual Halloween event to life, All that hard labor is for a relatively few hours of entertainment for our friends and family. That and Linda says it satisfies my Halloween obsession for a couple of months, well at least weeks. This lights out tour ended up being a large post. To keep your browser’s image cache from burning up, I’ve decided to break this into two parts. Probably will keep the dialog to a minimum and focus on the images we took after the guests had left and just before that damn rain let loose. Flip the switch off on the moon and queue the scary music, it’s time for a haunting!
Our trail started with Paul’s new blow-up dragon. As mentioned previously, it was too big and too new to subject it to the woods. A perfect way to start, tame enough for the children yet still impressive to see in the blackness
Mr, Spider once again greets our guests as they begin the journey down to the bottoms
Hit the jump to see the rest of the pictures from the first part of the trail.